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In other developments, the HHS announced more funding for a rapid Ebola test.
Experts are meeting this week to discuss survivor care, keeping clinical samples, and setting research priorities.
Researchers study alternatives for quick licensure and how stepped-up strategies might help.
Experts in Geneva map out research plans, and US advisors meet about vaccine licensure.
Funding will be used to continue trials of BCX4430 and prepare for its large-scale manufacture.
The first batch of an experimental Ebola vaccine landed today in an outbreak country, with officials projecting a trial launch in Liberia within weeks.
As deaths top 8,000, UNMEER leadership changes hands, and Guinea launches a new effort.
Scotland detected its first Ebola case, as the illness toll topped 20,000 and the outbreak passed the 1-year mark.
Ebola was spotlighted at the UN General Assembly, and Pope Francis added an appeal.
MSF reports its first case in a staffer, and a health worker with EVD in Atlanta is poised to receive convalescent serum.
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