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Liberian officials urged longer sexual abstinence for survivors, and extra response measures are under way in Sierra Leone and Guinea.
Funding will be used to continue trials of BCX4430 and prepare for its large-scale manufacture.
The findings clear the way for the next step, which may require a change in venue.
The virus may be more stable than a study in August found.
The WHO says 79 confirmed cases were reported, down from 150 the week before.
Guinea's trial involves ring vaccination, a strategy used to used to stamp out smallpox in the 1970s.
MSF says health groups were slow to respond, but affected nations were, too.
The WHO may have delayed an emergency declaration for 2 months partly for political reasons.
Sierra Leone announces a quarantine for its western regions, as more US health workers are evacuated.
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