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Ebola: British Nurse, William Pooley Discharged From Hospital

British nurse described himself as “very lucky” to have survived after catching the deadly virus Ebola while volunteering in a Sierra Leone hospital. Ebola victim, William Pooley has been discharged from hospital as he told how “very lucky” he is to have survived the deadly virus. The volunteer nurse, the first Briton known to have…

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Experimental Ebola Treatment – Zmapp – Sent To Liberia, Americans Reportedly Running Out Of Supply

Anger grew citing situations where only Westerners have so far been given the drug An experimental Ebola treatment is being sent to Liberia for two ill doctors who will become the first Africans to receive the ZMapp A Spanish priest and two American aid workers are the only people to have received it so far,…

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Ebola: Madrid Hospital Confirms The Death Of Spanish Priest, Miguel Pajares

A spokeswoman for a Madrid hospital says a Spanish missionary priest who was evacuated from Liberia last week after testing positive for Ebola has died. The spokeswoman said Miguel Pajares, 75, died Tuesday at Carlos III Hospital, where he was being treated. Spain’s Health Ministry said Monday it had obtained a course of the U.S.-made…

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Ebola: President Barack Obama Won’t Provide Experimental Drug To Africa

Mr. Obama asked African leaders to improve on their healthcare systems. The President of the United States of America, Barrack Obama, has said the U.S. would not give the experimental drug for the management of Ebola Virus Disease, EVD, to African countries until scientists certify it for human treatment. Speaking at a news conference after…

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Ebola: Nigerian Government Reaches Out To US Health Authorities For Access To Experimental Drugs

NMA reportedly has set up a committee to this effect. As more people who came in contact with the Patrick Sawyer, the first Ebola fatality in Nigeria begin to show symptoms associated with the virus, the Nigerian government said it has reached out to United States health authorities for access to the experimental drug used…

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