The international humanitarian aid group Doctors Without Borders will start testing three new Ebola therapies at their sites in Africa in December
The latest update from The World Health Organization presents a mixed picture of the fight to contain the worst outbreak of Ebola on record
Will be cared for at Omaha's Nebraska Medical Center
An estimated 2,800 people have died of the disease there
Silicon Valley's humanitarian aid doesn't normally come in the form of cash—it comes in the form of tech
Experimental trials to find an Ebola treatment will begin next month in West Africa
Focus on ebola has affected prevention of more deadly diseases
A lack of preparedness for possible Ebola cases is symptomatic of a more general erosion in patient care standards, claims National Nurses United
Though the spread of the deadly virus hasn't been linked to animals
Organizers have disqualified the country in response to its refusal
The hospital will also help create a foundation in Thomas Eric Duncan's name
Unconnected to previous incidents
A debt cancellation twice as large was approved by the IMF for Haiti in 2010
Spencer is third patient to be diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. and survive
The proposed euthanization of a dog belonging to a Spanish nurse infected with Ebola prompts questions about whether animals can transmit Ebola to humans
"The big pharma companies are not in the business of charity"
(WASHINGTON) — The economic impact of the Ebola epidemic could reach $32.6 billion by the end of next year if the disease ravaging Guinea, Liberia and Sierra...
It emerged Wednesday that Teresa Romero Ramos, a nurse who caught Ebola after helping treat a patient, made multiple attempts to report her fever
World Bank says economic impact to that region could be lessened by immediate national and international action
Thomas Eric Duncan’s son sent a message to his mom in quarantine: be strong.