"The pain and grief will take a generation to heal"
Ebola may stick around longer in survivors than researchers previously believed, and it may even cause eyes to change color, according to a case study released...
TKM Ebola, which at least a few US and European health care workers may have received to treat their Ebola infection, is upgraded and proves effective in animal...
“Our current systems ... simply have not coped”
The countries in West Africa affected most by the Ebola outbreak are asking donors to cancel their debts and give them $5 billion to $6 billion in aid over two...
With nearly a dozen Ebola vaccines now in various stages of development, researchers of one report promising results against the recent strain
The outbreak has infected 25,178 people and killed 10,445
The patient is now in serious, rather than critical, condition
New signs of hope
10,000 people will be vaccinated
Ebola has almost disappeared but the suffering continues and little has been done to fix the health services that could not stop it
Over 10,000 people have died from Ebola
From U.S. lawmakers to responders to survivors, Ebola fighters share their deeply personal experiences on the one-year anniversary
The risk for diseases like measles has risen amid Ebola
Internal documents reveal top WHO officials stalled on calling Ebola an emergency
As long as Ebola remains in one of the West African countries at the center of the epidemic the whole region remains at risk
The patient was working in Sierra Leone
Scientists are racing against the clock to create a vaccine before the outbreak is over
A health care worker with Ebola is headed to Maryland for treatment.
The number of new cases is declining