The National Institutes of Health is reporting that the condition of the American with Ebola has improved.
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?
The health of the American Ebola patient has worsened. They were flown in Friday and just over the weekend changed to critical condition.
Several Americans being monitored for Ebola could be coming to a Maryland hospital.
As an American with Ebola continues to receive treatment at a Maryland hospital Saturday night
A health care worker infected with the Ebola virus is in Maryland for treatment. The person is being treated at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda.
Just when it seemed like the Ebola crisis was subsiding, an American aid worker infected in Africa is on the way to a Maryland hospital.
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.
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.
Several new developments in the ongoing Ebola scare. As New York City scrambles to deal with its first case, the nurse being treated in Maryland is declared Ebola-free.