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About 31% thought the virus spreads through sneezes, and 42% didn't know about sexual transmission.
WHO head calls for a focus on building healthcare capacity, asks for more funds.
Experts said only 2 of the new methods—Wolbachia and transgenic mosquitoes—were at the stage for carefully designed pilot projects.
A gene study finds several changes in the circulating virus, though the clinical significance isn't clear.
Scientists unveiled risk estimates for 50 US cities, with hot spots in the South and East.
The CDC will host a summit Apr 1, Laos has local transmission, and studies highlight key developments.
Also, a microcephaly study launches in Brazil and new mosquito control efforts are being explored.
More states are reporting their first cases and even deaths, but at the national level, flu levels remained low last week.
Other Ebola developments include the departure of Cuba's team from Liberia, new information on evacuee contact monitoring, and outbreak case totals.
As the outbreak tops 3,000 deaths, nations gather to push a global health plan.
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