Promising Ebola drug isn't effective enough after all, study says
An Ebola Case Has Been Confirmed In Texas
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed Tuesday the first case of Ebola in a patient diagnosed in the US.
Looking Towards a Serum from Ebola Survivors to Aid in Outbreak Treatment Efforts
The potential success of this treatment method has received attention in the international community, even inspiring calls for blood donations from survivors.
Separate Ebola Strain Now Discovered in Central Africa Has Already Killed 13
Ebola has killed over 1,400 people in West Africa. There now appears to be a separate outbreak of the disease in the DRC.
WHO Experts Decide It Is Ethical to Offer Patients Experimental Ebola Treatments
Because standard measures have not effectively contained this outbreak, WHO advisors believe patients should have access to untested drugs.
There's No Cure For Ebola Yet — But There Is an Experimental Serum
American aid workers who contracted the Hemorrhagic fever have shown marked improvement after being given the experimental treatment.