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President Barack Obama speaks to the media about the government’s Ebola response, in the Oval Office of the White House, Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
AP-GfK Poll: Many doubt hospitals can handle EbolaAP-GfK Poll: Some confidence health system can prevent Ebola spread, hospitals should do more
The Associated Press5 hours ago
As reporters take notes, Ebola coordinator Ron Klain listens to President Barack Obama as he speaks to the media about the government’s Ebola response in the Oval Office of the White House, Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
US to track everyone coming from Ebola nationsCDC: New plan will monitor all Americans, visitors coming into US from 3 Ebola nations
The Associated Press12 hours ago
Ebola coordinator Ron Klain listens as President Barack Obama speaks to the media about the government’s Ebola response in the Oval Office of the White House, Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
Obama expresses optimism about Ebola in USObama says he's cautiously more optimistic about Ebola situation in US
The Associated Press13 hours ago
This undated handout photo provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) shows a kit that travelers from Ebola-stricken West African nations will be given containing information cards and a thermometer and they will be required to make daily check-ins with state or local health officials to report their status. CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden said the check-ins could be in person, by telephone, Skype or Facetime or through employers — CDC was consulting with the state and local officials to help them work that out. (AP Photo/CDC)
Key features of rigorous new US Ebola monitoringMandatory 21-day monitoring for all travelers from W. Africa to include kits with thermometers
The Associated Press15 hours ago
Health workers transport the body of a person suspected to have died of the Ebola virus in Port Loko Community, situated on the outskirts of Freetown, Sierra Leone, Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. After emerging months ago in eastern Sierra Leone, Ebola is now hitting the western edges of the country where the capital is located with dozens of people falling sick each day, the government said Tuesday. So many people are dying that removing bodies is reportedly a problem. (AP Photo/Michael Duff)
Dozens released Ebola-free from Sierra Leone siteDozens released Ebola-free from Sierra Leone treatment center; Police clash with protesters
The Associated Press17 hours ago
WHO: Ebola responsible for 4,877 deathsWorld Health Organization: Ebola is now believed to have killed 4,877 people
The Associated Press19 hours ago
CDC: Monitoring for all coming from Ebola nationsCDC: Health workers to begin monitoring everyone coming into US from Ebola nations for 21 days
The Associated Press20 hours ago
German firm wins appeal in Spain thalidomide caseSpain court accepts German firm's appeal of compensation ruling in thalidomide case
The Associated Press22 hours ago
Red Cross official: 6 months to contain EbolaRed Cross official says he's confident Ebola outbreak can be contained within 4-6 months
The Associated Press1 day ago
Christine Wade, a registered nurse at the University of Texas Medical Branch, greets Carnival Magic passengers disembarking in Galveston, Texas on Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014. Nurses met passengers with Ebola virus fact sheets and to answer any questions.  A Dallas health care worker was in voluntary isolation in her cabin aboard the cruise ship because of her potential contact with the Ebola virus. (AP Photo/The Galveston County Daily News, Jennifer Reynolds)
US expands Ebola checks; Rwanda to check AmericansUS closes gap in Ebola screening of air travelers; Rwanda says it will check visitors from US
The Associated Press1 day ago
Marie-Paule Kieny, Assistant Director General for Health Systems and Innovation of the World Health Organization (WHO), speaks during a press conference at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014.  Dr Marie-Paule Kieny,  says clinical trials planned or under way in Europe, Africa and the U.S. are being accompanied by a strong push among governments for immediate “real-world use” of an approved Ebola vaccine. She told reporters Tuesday in Geneva that tens of thousands of doses _ short of mass deployment _ would be made available through West African “efficacy trials” starting “in early 2015, in January.”  (AP Photo/Keystone,Martial Trezzini)
WHO: Ebola vaccine trials in W. Africa in JanuaryWHO: Ebola vaccine trials in West Africa expected to start in January for tens of thousands
The Associated Press1 day ago
Study finds drugs still in recalled supplementsDietary supplements may contain risky prescription drugs even after safety recalls, study says
The Associated Press1 day ago
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