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Two new developments are fanning concerns about the international spread of the disease.
The illness continues to exact a heavy toll on healthcare workers and disrupt aid.
The WHO will launch a $100 million plan tomorrow, and the CDC advises against nonessential travel.
An emergency committee next week will consider if West Africa's Ebola outbreak is a health emergency as US officials prepare to airlift two sick American aid workers.
A US doctor with Ebola is improving and new cases have been reported in Morocco and Nigeria, as the outbreak reaches 1,603 cases and 887 deaths.
The second American infected with Ebola returned home today, as new information emerged about experimental treatment use and more possible cases.
Two medical missionaries are out of the hospital, leaving lessons for clinicians on treating the disease.
The WHO has heightened concerns about the impact the outbreak is having on frontline workers and the prospects of overseas help.
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