WHO: 5 more Ebola vaccines to be tested in Jan
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- If those trials prove effective, larger trials testing the vaccines in West Africa could begin as soon as December, Kieny said. She said five other possible Ebola vaccines should start testing in January.
Federal officials: Dallas nurse free of Ebola
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- Pham is one of two nurses in Dallas who became infected with Ebola while treating Thomas Eric Duncan, who died of the virus Oct. 8.
Georgia Gov. Deal forming Ebola response team
- Atlanta city officials have also asked department heads for plans and preventative strategies on Ebola and other diseases.
First US Ebola victim remembered for compassion
- Duncan's neighbors in Liberia believe he was infected by helping a pregnant neighbor who later died from Ebola.
New test to cause spike in illness cases in kids
- Starting Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is using a new, faster test which is expected to help the agency test four or five times more specimens per day that it has been.
UN now training Ebola survivors to help with care
- Sarah Crowe has been back in New York for a week after five weeks in West Africa, and she began her briefing by announcing her current body temperature and holding up a bottle of hand sanitizer.
Sen. Scott, Texas Gov. Perry call for travel ban due to Ebola
- Congressional Republicans are urging the Obama administration to impose a travel ban on West African countries at the epicenter of the Ebola outbreak.
1st Dallas nurse with Ebola in fair condition
- Pham arrived shortly before midnight Thursday at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.
Atlanta officials request Ebola action plan
- City Council on Monday approved a resolution requesting briefings from several departments including police, fire, aviation, parks and recreation, public works, waste services and watershed management.
Mayor: New York City could handle Ebola outbreak
- Five Americans have returned to the U.S. from Africa for treatment since the start of the Ebola outbreak. A New York man treated for Ebola-like symptoms in August didn't have the virus.
Augusta firefighters prepare for Ebola training
- The video will also include how to care for possible Ebola patients as well as the right way to decontaminate ambulances, the fire department said.
Official: Enterovirus 68 virus caused New Jersey boy's death
- Some children are especially vulnerable to infection because of pre-existing conditions, though the medical examiner said that was not the case in the New Jersey death.
World first: Baby born to woman who got new womb
- Details of the case are to be published soon in the medical journal, Lancet. The identity of the woman or where she lives was not disclosed.
Liberia to prosecute man who brought Ebola to US
- Neighbors say Duncan had helped a sick pregnant woman who later died of the disease. Her illness at the time was believed to be pregnancy-related.
Jet flier dons protective gear in airport protest
- Health officials have said airports in Africa, Europe and the U.S. are taking all necessary precautions to prevent spread of the virus.
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