The international humanitarian aid group Doctors Without Borders will start testing three new Ebola therapies at their sites in Africa in December
Rivers' manner of death was determined to be "therapeutic complication"
Domestically and abroad, people of faith are far more likely to give time and money to charitable causes than are secular people
But he remains in critical condition
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His lawyers say he has not been able to get over his violent sexual impulses
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For all the effort they spend fending off the deaths of others, they tend to be fairly serene when faced with their own death
Google's face-computer may be coming soon to a doctor's office near you
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Child received very early treatment hours after birth
Lots of doctors don't clean them between appointments