Ebola may persist in semen for nine months
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Ebola may persist in semen for nine months

The Ebola virus may persist in some men’s semen for nine months after they were…

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New Ebola Death in Sierra Leone Sets Back Efforts to Beat Epidemic
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New Ebola Death in Sierra Leone Sets Back Efforts to Beat Epidemic

A lady who died a week ago in northern Sierra Leone tested good for Ebola,…

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Countries Vow to All But Eradicate Malaria by 2030: WHO
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Countries Vow to All But Eradicate Malaria by 2030: WHO

Countries have agreed to rid the world of malaria almost completely over the next 15…

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Ebola End in Sight
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Ebola End in Sight

The two African countries still battling Ebola have both recorded weekly infections in single figures…

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WHO Draws Up Plan to Eradicate Ebola
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WHO Draws Up Plan to Eradicate Ebola

The World Health Organization on Tuesday unveiled a plan to eradicate the deadly Ebola virus,…

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Mystery Disease’ Kills 18 in Nigeria – Officials
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Mystery Disease’ Kills 18 in Nigeria – Officials

A “mysterious” disease that kills patients within 24 hours has claimed at least 18 lives…

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Ebola Vaccine Passes Safety Test in Geneva Trial
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Ebola Vaccine Passes Safety Test in Geneva Trial

An experimental Ebola vaccine tested on humans in Europe and Africa sparks the production of…

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Ebola More Deadly For Young Children: Study
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Ebola More Deadly For Young Children: Study

Ebola is more likely to be fatal for children under five, an international team of…

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Guinea Ebola Cases Rise, Three Doctors Infected
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Guinea Ebola Cases Rise, Three Doctors Infected

Guinea has suffered a setback in its fight against Ebola with a rash of new…

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Ebola-Plagued Countries Now Risk Deadly Measles Epidemic
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Ebola-Plagued Countries Now Risk Deadly Measles Epidemic

Measles cases could almost double in countries hardest hit by the West African Ebola outbreak…

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New Ebola Cases Show Rise for Second Week in Row
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New Ebola Cases Show Rise for Second Week in Row

The number of new Ebola cases in west Africa rose for the second week running…

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Ebola Crisis: First Major Vaccine Trials in Liberia
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Ebola Crisis: First Major Vaccine Trials in Liberia

The first large-scale trials of two Ebola vaccines were due to begin in Liberia on…

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Ebola Outbreak ‘Slowing Down’ in West Africa
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Ebola Outbreak ‘Slowing Down’ in West Africa

An outbreak of Ebola that has claimed more than 8,400 lives in West Africa appears…

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U.S. Soldier Monitoring Himself for Ebola Dies Near Texas Base
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U.S. Soldier Monitoring Himself for Ebola Dies Near Texas Base

A U.S. Army soldier who just returned from West Africa and was self-monitoring for Ebola…

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Ebola Death Toll Tops 8000: WHO
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Ebola Death Toll Tops 8000: WHO

Almost all the deaths and cases have been recorded in the three west African countries…

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