Breakthrough Trials Show Ebola is Now Curable

Health authorities in DR Congo say that two experimental drugs being used in a clinical trial to control the spread of Ebola appear to be saving lives. The trials of two drugs improved survival rates from Ebola more than two other products being tested, according to Anthony Fauci, one of the trial researchers and director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. "What this means is that we do now have what look like [two] treatments for a disease for which not long ago we really had no approach at all," he said.

A caregiver with the seven-month-old baby of a woman who died of Ebola in North Kivu,


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