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.
So far, only three cases of Ebola have been diagnosed on U.S. soil. But after missteps in the initial response and fears over hospitals not being prepared, panic over a possible outbreak is growing.
Doctors said Friday morning that Pham was in “fair” condition and she is stable and resting at NIH.
The first patient to contract Ebola on U.S. soil is now in Maryland. The 26-year-old nurse just arrived at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda.
The fight against Ebola has gone high-tech. Baltimore has actually been ground zero to test new technology.
An American doctor exposed to the Ebola virus after a needle stick in Sierra Leone has been released from isolation and sent home.
An American doctor exposed to the Ebola virus while volunteering in Sierra Leone is in isolation now at NIH.
An American doctor who was exposed to the Ebola virus while volunteering in Sierra Leone was admitted Sunday to a hospital at the National Institutes of Health near the nation’s capital.
The Ebola virus is killing people in Western Africa even faster than before. It could affect more than 20,000 people before the epidemic is over.
There is new fallout over forgotten vials of the deadly smallpox virus found at the National Institutes of Health in Maryland. N.I.H. employees tell WJZ they were never notified about the mistake.
A wild scene near the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Montgomery County.
Dozens of volunteers are signing up to get the flu–on purpose. It’s all part of an extreme government study.