Spats between politicians and the public over how to react to the Ebola virus may threaten public trust and could keep workers from going to Africa.
A researcher raised over $100,000 in two weeks to buy a piece of equipment used in Ebola drug research. Continue reading →
News that a doctor in New York with Ebola traveled on the subway the day before he developed symptoms of the disease may have some people worried about contracting Ebola on public transportation.
A doctor who recently returned to New York from treating Ebola patients in Guinea tests positive for the deadly virus.
Another Ebola victory: Nina Pham, the first nurse in Dallas to be infected with Ebola, is now free of the virus.
Two experts on medical ethics address the most pressing Ebola ethical questions, from performing CPR to the use of medical placebos.
The rate of Ebola cases in a part of Liberia where one rubber tree plantation operates is far lower than in other parts of the country.
Each Ebola patient produces a staggering amount of waste that includes everything from the oft mentioned bodily fluids to contaminated bed sheets. Continue reading →
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