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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 Press6 hours ago
Study finds drugs still in recalled supplementsDietary supplements may contain risky prescription drugs even after safety recalls, study says
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Doctors arrive to give a news conference at the Carlos III hospital in Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. Doctors say a second and conclusive test shows a Spanish nursing assistant infected with Ebola is completely clear of the virus. Romero, 44, battled for her life after she tested positive Oct. 6 and was admitted to the Madrid hospital. She was the first known person to contract the disease outside of West Africa in the latest outbreak. (AP Photo/Paul White)
Spanish woman free of Ebola, final tests showSpanish nursing assistant cleared of Ebola virus with final tests, wins 15-day battle for life
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FILE - This 2011 photo provided by Wilmot Chayee shows Thomas Eric Duncan at a wedding in Ghana. People who shared an apartment with the country's first Ebola patient are emerging from quarantine healthy. And while Thomas Eric Duncan died and two U.S. nurses were infected caring for him, there are successes, too: A nurse infected in Spain has recovered, as have four American aid workers infected in West Africa. Even there, not everyone dies. (AP Photo/Wilmot Chayee)
Ebola: Why virus kills some, other people surviveEbola: Supportive care gives body time to fight the virus; not the only factor in survival
The Associated Press13 hours ago
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, left, speaks as Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, center, and Director of Dallas County Health and Human Services Zachary Thompson look on during a news conference Monday, Oct. 20, 2014, in Dallas. Ebola fears began to ease for some Monday as a monitoring period passed for those who had close contact with Thomas Eric Duncan, a victim of the disease, and after a cruise ship scare ended with the boat returning to port and a lab worker on board testing negative for the virus. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
CDC releases revised Ebola gear guidelinesCDC releases new Ebola gear guidelines for health workers; monitoring ends for some in Dallas
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FILE - In this Oct. 16, 2014, file photo, registered nurse Keene Roadman, stands fully dressed in personal protective equipment, as he and registered nurse Fred Serafin, right, demonstrate proper protective procedures to doctors and nurses during a training class at the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new guidelines Monday, Oct. 20, for how health workers should gear up to treat Ebola patients. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File)
New Ebola gear guidelines: head-to-toe coverageRevised Ebola gear guidelines for US health workers call for head-to-toe coverage
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Republican Senate candidate Jeff Bell listens to a question Monday, Oct. 20, 2014, Morristown, N.J. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie visited a northern New Jersey diner with Bell Monday morning, where he criticized incumbent Democrat Cory Booker for only agreeing to a single debate. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
GOP governors don't see 'Obamacare' going awayEven if their party wins US Senate, some GOP governors say health law repeal is unlikely
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FILE - In this Sept. 26, 2014 file photo, smaller-dose pot-infused brownies are divided and packaged at The Growing Kitchen, in Boulder, Colo. Colorado health officials want to ban many edible forms of marijuana, including brownies, cookies and most candies, limiting sales of pot-infused food to lozenges and some liquids.(AP Photo/Brennan Linsley,File)
Colorado proposes edible pot ban, then retreatsColorado health officials backtrack on proposed ban on pot-infused foods
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In this Sept. 1, 2011 photo released by NBC, NBC News' chief medical editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman appears on the "Today" show in New York. The quarantine against possible Ebola exposure ends this week for Snyderman, but NBC must now decide whether her credibility is too damaged for her to continue reporting on Ebola or other medical issues and, if so, for how long.  (AP Photo/NBC, Peter Kramer)
NBC's Snyderman faces credibility issuesQuarantine, but not troubles, soon over for NBC's Nancy Snyderman
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President Barack Obama, center, stands with Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn, left, and U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, during an early voting and campaign rally for Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn at Chicago State University Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014, in Chicago. Early voting in Illinois starts Monday for the Nov. 4, election. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
In Chicago, a warm homecoming for unpopular ObamaOut of favor in much of the US, Obama basks in Chicago's warm embrace during brief trip home
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Ebola patient released from Atlanta hospitalEbola patient evacuated from Sierra Leone last month is free of virus, released from hospital
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FILE - In this Oct. 12, 2014, file photo, Dr. Tom Frieden, head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, speaks at a news conference in Atlanta. People who shared an apartment with the country's first Ebola patient are emerging from quarantine healthy. And while Thomas Eric Duncan died and two U.S. nurses were infected caring for him, there are successes, too: A nurse infected in Spain has recovered, as have four American aid workers infected in West Africa. Even there, not everyone dies. (AP Photo/John Amis, File)
Ebola: Keeping patients alive as body fights backEbola: Supportive care gives body time to fight the virus but not the only factor in survival
The Associated Press1 day ago
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