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As deaths top 8,000, UNMEER leadership changes hands, and Guinea launches a new effort.
The trial of a Johnson & Johnson vaccine brings the number of Ebola vaccines in such trials to three.
The Ebola situations in the three hardest-hit countries continue to reflect a mixed picture.
UN officials meet with local leaders in Liberian hot spot.
High-level meeting in Geneva says large phase 3 trials in West Africa to test efficacy and safety are next up.
Interim report lays out 14 principles to guide the process of providing vaccines.
Recent global health emergencies like Ebola outbreak have shone a spotlight on WHO limits to quickly respond.
Sierra Leone burial practices likely helped fuel ongoing virus transmission.
New cases continue, especially in western Sierra Leone.
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