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Survivors of Ebola virus disease have cross-reactive antibodies

For many people, the 2014-2016 Ebola outbreak was the first time they had heard of Ebola virus disease. It was not the first outbreak of the disease, but it was the largest, with approximately 28,500 suspected cases. 760 more words


Drug shows promise in treating Ebola virus disease

The 2014 – 2016 Ebola outbreak was the largest in history. It began with a few cases in Guinea, but quickly spread to Liberia and Sierra Leone, with some limited cases occurring in other countries. 590 more words


Research Round Up #3: Ebola, Homelessness, Homeopathy, IBS, Research Parasites, Quacks, Zika and more!

I have been traveling a lot over the past couple of weeks, plus, had to meet a tough¬†deadline on submitting a proposal for antimicrobial surveillance, making the third edition of this year’s research round up a bit late. 1,688 more words


Weekly Research Round Up #2: January 8-14

Welcome to the second week of research round up, where I look back on some of the interesting research papers I happened to read this week. 1,691 more words


Turning to the "Infected Jelly" to Treat Ebola

The NEJM has come out with a very interesting paper: Evaluation of Convalescent Plasma for Ebola Virus Disease in Guinea. The explosive outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease in West Africa last year had hijacked the headlines and media space in a big way. 526 more words

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