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Study will test survivors’ blood to treat Ebola

Dr. Ada Igonoh, a doctor who got Ebola and recovered, expects to donate plasma and recruit others for the study.

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Turn in Ebola outbreak on horizon, but faster tests needed: WHO

The World Health Organisation voiced hope the number of Ebola cases would start falling sharply early next year.

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If Ebola comes to India

The current Indian government strategy focuses primarily on government hospitals to contain and manage Ebola

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Cow’s milk can deliver AIDS drug to infants

An estimated 3.4 million children are living with HIV/AIDS, according to the World Health Organisation.

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Thousands of Ebola deaths likely unreported: WHO expert

The raging Ebola outbreak has likely killed far more people than the 4,818 deaths reported by WHO, says an expert.

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Ebola death toll rises to 4951 in 8 countries: WHO

The Ebola epidemic has killed 4,951 people out of 13,567 infected in eight countries, WHO said.

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Ebola: Nigeria’s success story has lessons for Liberia

WHO declares Nigeria Ebola-free after 42 days with no new cases, here’s why.

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As WHO admits making mistakes, a look at latest Ebola developments

The World Health Organization admitted making mistakes in failing to contain the outbreak still spreading out of control in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.

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Spread of Ebola in US illustrates how difficult it is to contain. Is India prepared?

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Pakistan accounts for 80 per cent of polio cases: WHO

Afghanistan and Nigeria, are the other two countries where polio remains endemic.

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Ebola neglected because it started in Africa: ex-UN head Annan

Annan said ‘the spread of the virus from Africa to countries overseas was only a matter of time’.

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Ebola ‘unavoidable’ in Europe, but spread risk low: WHO

Ebola has killed 3,439 people in west Africa since the start of the year, according to the latest WHO toll.

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Ebola cases to triple to 20,000 by Nov unless efforts raised

The current outbreak in West Africa has already claimed more than 2,800 lives and infected more than 5,800 people.

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To curb stray dog menace, MC can look to Jaipur — for greater bite

In Delhi, the population of stray dogs reportedly declined from over 10 lakh a couple of years ago to less than three lakh in 2013.

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UN says USD 1.0 billion needed to fight Ebola

The death toll from the worst-ever Ebola epidemic rose to 2,461, out of 4,985 cases in the three west African countries.