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Ebola vaccine in five years: Israeli scientist

Ebola vaccine in five years: Israeli scientist

30 Oct 2014

Jerusalem: Leslie Lobel, a virologist at Israel's Ben-Gurion University, is not surprised by the current epidemic of the Ebola virus disease in West Africa and says that sooner or later it would have happened.

Ebola,   Ebola vaccine,   Leslie Lobel,   Israel scientist,   West Africa,   Ebola virus,   WHO,  
UN chief calls for stopping Ebola 'at its source'

UN chief calls for stopping Ebola 'at its source'

29 Oct 2014

United Nations: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has criticised the travel bans and closing of borders by countries in response to the Ebola outbreak and asked the nations not to incite panic, saying "the only way to stop Ebola is to stop it at its source."

UN,   Ban Ki-moon,   United Nation,   bola,   Ebola virus,   Ebola disease,   West Africa ,  
US not defined by fear but by possibility: Obama

US not defined by fear but by possibility: Obama

29 Oct 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama has lauded the progress made against Ebola disease in West Africa, saying  science, not fear, should define the response to contain the deadly virus.

Barack Obama,   Ebola,   Ebola virus,   Ebola disease,   West Africa,   United States ,   US,  
IMA in Kerala to draw up plan to tackle viral diseases

IMA in Kerala to draw up plan to tackle viral diseases

28 Oct 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: In view of growing concern over Ebola virus, which has claimed over 4,000 lives worldwide, Indian Medical Association here is working on a training and awareness programme for its members on tackling outbreak of various viral diseases.

IMA,  Kerala,  Ebola Infections,   Ebola Virus,  Viral Diseases,  
Travellers with Ebola should not be stigmatised: UN Chief

Travellers with Ebola should not be stigmatised: UN Chief

28 Oct 2014

United Nations: UN chief Ban Ki-moon expressed concern over restrictions imposed on travellers returning from Ebola-affected countries, saying people who develop infections should be "supported, not stigmatised".

Ebola ,   Ban Ki-moon,   UN chief ,   Ebola virus,   UN,   ,  
WHO eyes mass Ebola vaccines by mid-2015

WHO eyes mass Ebola vaccines by mid-2015

25 Oct 2014

Geneva: Hundreds of thousands of Ebola vaccine doses could be rolled out to West Africa by mid-2015, the World Health Organisation has said, after new cases of the virus were reported in New York and a two-year-old girl died in the first case in Mali.

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First case of Ebola confirmed in Mali: Health Ministry

First case of Ebola confirmed in Mali: Health Ministry

24 Oct 2014

Bamako: Mali's health ministry has said the country had its first confirmed case of Ebola after a two-year-old girl who had recently been in Guinea tested positive for the virus.

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Ebola's evolutionary ancient roots discovered

Ebola's evolutionary ancient roots discovered

25 Oct 2014

New York: A study discovered that filoviruses - a family to which Ebola and its similarly lethal relative Marburg belong - are at least 16-23 million years old. Filoviruses were likely to have existed in the Miocene Epoch and at that time, the evolutionary lines leading to Ebola and Marburg had already diverged, it noted.

Ebola,   Ebola virus,   Ebola ancient roots,   Ebola discovery,   roots of ebola,   Ebola history,   filovirus,   Marburg,   Ebola evolution,  
 Obama hugs nurse who survived Ebola

Obama hugs nurse who survived Ebola

25 Oct 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama greeted nurse Nina Pham in the Oval Office with a big hug to celebrate her recovery from the Ebola virus, which she was the first person in the country to contract.

Obama,   Ebola,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Nina Pham,   Oval Office,   Ebola virus,  
Obama cautiously 'optimistic' about Ebola fight in US

Obama cautiously 'optimistic' about Ebola fight in US

23 Oct 2014

Washington: President Barack Obama has said he was cautiously "optimistic" about the fight against Ebola in United States, and applauded the international community for an improved response to epidemic in West Africa. Eight people have been treated for Ebola on US soil,including a Liberian man who died in Texas on October 8. Two nurses who cared for him were infected with the disease and are being treated in US hospitals.

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