The Ebola outbreak continues to ravage West Africa. The death toll is now at more than 8,000. The US response to the victims continues.
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As Africa endures its worst Ebola outbreak, local innovators are doing their best to fight back. As Alex Demetrick reports, that includes a team from Johns Hopkins, focused on protecting health care workers on the front lines.
An American nurse who was exposed to the Ebola virus while volunteering in Sierra Leone has been admitted the National Institutes of Health near Washington, D.C.
The fight against Ebola took center stage at an annual infectious disease conference held Friday morning in Baltimore. Derek Valcourt has more on the key role some Maryland doctors are playing in search for an Ebola vaccine.
Some of the nation’s leading infectious-disease fighters are speaking at an event in Baltimore highlighting efforts to stop the spread of Ebola and AIDS.
An American nurse who was exposed to the Ebola virus while volunteering in Sierra Leone is being admitted to the National Institutes of Health near Washington, D.C.
A big breakthrough in the fight against Ebola right here in Maryland. A possible vaccine gets “promising results” in a clinical trial at NIH. The president cheered the progress but says this fight is far from over.
Gone too soon. Family and friends remember Dr. Martin Salia–a Maryland man who contracted Ebola while treating those with the disease in Sierra Leone.
A vigil will be held Friday for Dr. Martin Salia, a surgeon from Maryland, who died after contracting Ebola earlier this month.
Helping in the fight against Ebola. More than 100 Maryland Army reservists are heading to West Africa–where more than 5000 people have died from the disease.