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Resistance to Anti-Ebola Steps Persists in Guinea, Sierra Leone

This week's report that the death toll from West Africa's Ebola epidemic has topped 10,000 is a reminder that many challenges remain to bring the number of cases down to zero, health experts say. The three most-affected Ebola countries — Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone — appeared in early January to be making progress against the disease. The number of new cases fell from a high of more than 1,000 per week in September and October to an average of 100 per week. Liberia, where...

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