A health worker fills a syringe with Ebola vaccine in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. Photo: ReutersA health worker fills a syringe with Ebola vaccine in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. Photo: Reuters
A health worker fills a syringe with Ebola vaccine in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. Photo: Reuters

Ebola no longer ‘incurable’ after discovery of two highly effective treatments, scientists say

  • The drugs, tested in a nearly nine-month clinical trial, have performed so well that health professionals will now administer them to every patient in Congo
  • In the past, becoming infected with the disease was often considered a death sentence

Topic |   Ebola virus
A health worker fills a syringe with Ebola vaccine in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. Photo: ReutersA health worker fills a syringe with Ebola vaccine in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. Photo: Reuters
A health worker fills a syringe with Ebola vaccine in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. Photo: Reuters
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