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In other developments, an Ebola expert warned that the virus could become endemic in the outbreak region and researchers said an already approved drug might be a useful treatment.
In other developments, the WHO said Beni is still the main hot spot and that the pace of new infections hasn't changed much.
Activity resurges in Beni, the outbreak's former epicenter.
CDC reverse-engineers the virus for important trials of interventions.
A boy confirmed infected yesterday in Uganda has died, and 2 relatives have Ebola.
"We get to adapt… and make the response the best we can make it," the WHO's Mike Ryan, MD, says.
So far 68% of deaths have occurred outside of Ebola treatment centers, a worrisome statistic.
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