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Researchers Say Tests of Ebola Treatments, Vaccines Are Accelerating

Health workers in West Africa are still struggling to get suspected Ebola patients to come forward and go into isolation at treatment units, or ETUs, so they won’t infect others. It has been a hard sell, in part because those ETUs can’t actually offer much in the way of treatment. There is currently no cure for Ebola. Clinics in West Africa can give supportive care like rehydration therapy to help the patient’s body fight off the virus. But Ebola kills between 50 percent and 80 percent...

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