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Ebola Death Toll Tops 3,000

Time.com reports on the latest official figures for how many have succumbed to, and been infected by, the Ebola virus outbreak: At least 3,080 people have died of Ebola in West Africa, the World Health Organization said Friday, bringing the … Continue reading

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Ebola crisis: Five ways to break the epidemic

This article by the BBC discusses some of the steps being taken to stem the spread of Ebola virus in West Africa: With the worst-ever outbreak of Ebola revealing woefully inadequate health systems in West Africa, especially in those countries … Continue reading

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World is ‘losing the battle’ against Ebola, warns aid group

This report by the Toronto Star speaks on the difficulties currently being faced by those trying to help the countries affected by the Ebola outbreak: The international group Médecins Sans Frontières warned Tuesday that the world is “losing the battle” … Continue reading

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WHO alarmed as Ebola affects medics

This article from the Times of India reports on the situation facing health workers treating Ebola patients in West Africa: The World Health Organization on Tuesday said that the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa has been unprecedented in many … Continue reading

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