A patient under evaluation at Johns Hopkins after reporting a fever following a trip to West Africa does not have Ebola.
A patient is undergoing evaluation at Johns Hopkins Hospital, complaining of fever after recently returning from West Africa.
The American health care worker admitted to NIH with Ebola has been successfully treated.
Major news from a Baltimore based bio-tech firm. It’s the first in the world to report success with an Ebola vaccine that’s effective against the train that’s killed thousands in West Africa.
A Baltimore company gets one step closer in the race to develop an Ebola vaccine.
An American doctore who was infected with the Ebola virus shares what that experience was like with members of Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.
Maryland residents who have been to any of the three West African countries battling an Ebola outbreak now can use their smartphone or computer to report possible symptoms to the state health department, the agency and the application’s developer said Wednesday.
The National Institutes of Health is reporting that the condition of the American with Ebola has improved.
The American receiving treatment for Ebola at a Maryland hospital is improving.
Back home from the Ebola hot zone. A group of nearly two dozen local soldiers safely return from West Africa, where they battled the Ebola outbreak.
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Right here in Maryland, researchers are racing to develop a way to stop Ebola. At the University of Maryland School of Medicine, a dozen brave Marylanders have volunteered their bodies to test an experimental vaccine–but will it work and is it worth the risk?