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Ebola

Ebola (Ebola virus disease (EVD) or Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF)) is caused by the Ebola virus. The virus disease occurred first in 1976 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Since then there have been repeated outbreaks of the deadly disease. Since February 2014, the Ebola fever is spreading again in western Africa. First suspected cases have also been reported in Europe. Our topic focus Ebola bundles current news and background information on the Ebola fever.

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Trial Drugs for Treatment of the Ebola Virus

The current ebola virus epidemic in West Africa has dominated the news in recent months, and in the past week, several medical organisations have announced their intention to commence trials with possible treatments for the virus in the coming months. Two of these treatments are the anti-viral drugs more

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Ebola

Ebola Ebola is the common term for a group of virus es belonging to genus Ebolavirus , family Filoviridae , and for the disease which they cause, Ebola hemorrhagic fever . The viruses are characterised by a long, filamentous morphology surro ... more

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