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Lab-confirmed cases held steady last week, while some response statistics show reason for concern.
The plan seeks to cut cases, limit cases to coastal areas, and boost contact tracing and surveillance.
Separate reports describe using TKM-Ebola and convalescent serum, as well as minimal virus changes.
Also, an animal study shows promise for TKM-Ebola, and another notes long-term effects of the disease.
A possible risk of Ebola transmission from survivors' semen prompted the CDC to revise its advice.
The World Bank says it will provide at least $650 million to help West Africa recover.
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