1. What you need to know about the new Ebola drugs  The New Times
  2. Ebola “no longer incurable” as Congo trial finds drugs boost survival  The Hindu
  3. Ebola virus is no longer incurable, Congo trial reports over 90 percent success  New Atlas
  4. Ebola crisis: What is Ebola? Why is the new Ebola drug so controversial?  Express.co.uk
  5. Scientists hail promise of first effective Ebola treatments  Al Jazeera English
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The drugs improved survival rates from the disease more than two other treatments being testedThe drugs improved survival rates from the disease more than two other treatments being tested

Ebola “no longer incurable” as Congo trial finds drugs boost survival - The Hindu

A clinical trial taking place in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has been terminated early due to the success of two drugs being investigated to treat the Ebola virus. The two drugs have displayed incredible survival rates, especially if given at the earliest stages of infection.A clinical trial taking place in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has been terminated early due to the success of two drugs being investigated to treat the Ebola virus. The two drugs have displayed incredible survival rates, especially if given at the earliest stages of infection.

Ebola virus is no longer incurable, Congo trial reports over 90 percent success

The Democratic Republic of Congo border with Rwanda is under high guard as movement across is very restricted.The Democratic Republic of Congo border with Rwanda is under high guard as movement across is very restricted.

Strict movement along Rwanda-DRC border | Africanews

EBOLA is a serious and life-threatening illness which originated in Africa. But what actually is the Ebola virus and why is the new drug to treat the disease so controversial?EBOLA is a serious and life-threatening illness which originated in Africa. But what actually is the Ebola virus and why is the new drug to treat the disease so controversial?

Ebola crisis: What is Ebola? Why is the new Ebola drug so controversial? | World | News | Express.co.uk

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Scientists are a step closer to finding an effective treatment for Ebola after two drugs in a clinical trial in the Democratic Republic of Congo are found to significantly boost survival rates.Scientists are a step closer to finding an effective treatment for Ebola after two drugs in a clinical trial in the Democratic Republic of Congo are found to significantly boost survival rates.

Ebola 'is curable': Two drugs boost survival rates World Health Organisation study finds  | Daily Mail Online

The DRC is suffering its worst ever outbreak, but a new vaccine might prove effective against the virus.The DRC is suffering its worst ever outbreak, but a new vaccine might prove effective against the virus.

What does it take to contain Ebola? | Ebola | Al Jazeera

An experimental Ebola drug developed by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals has shown promising results. But Wall Street hasn’t rewarded the stock because of it.An experimental Ebola drug developed by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals has shown promising results. But Wall Street hasn’t rewarded the stock because of it.

A Promising Ebola Drug Isn’t Helping Regeneron Stock. Here’s Why. - Barron's

As part of a multi-drug randomized The Pamoja Tulinde Maisha (PALM [together save lives]) trial that began Nov. 20, 2018, two of the four Ebola treatment drugs were determined more effective in treating patients than others, the WHO said in a statement.As part of a multi-drug randomized The Pamoja Tulinde Maisha (PALM [together save lives]) trial that began Nov. 20, 2018, two of the four Ebola treatment drugs were determined more effective in treating patients than others, the WHO said in a statement.

Two of four Ebola treatment drugs determined ‘more effective,’ World Health Organization announces - New York Daily News

Health experts say the addition of the new vaccine could help contain the second deadliest epidemic ever.Health experts say the addition of the new vaccine could help contain the second deadliest epidemic ever.

The New Humanitarian | As Congo Ebola cases rise, a vaccine trial in Uganda is keenly watched

The simulation exercise which is slated for August 16 in the capital Juba will be carried out in the border towns of Nimule and YeiThe simulation exercise which is slated for August 16 in the capital Juba will be carried out in the border towns of Nimule and Yei

South Sudan scales up scrutiny campaign against Ebola - Daily Monitor

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"From now on, we will no longer have to say Ebola is untreatable [if caught early enough].""From now on, we will no longer have to say Ebola is untreatable [if caught early enough]."

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A trial of two drugs has shown that Ebola may soon be a preventable and treatable disease. The trial showed significantly improved survival ...A trial of two drugs has shown that Ebola may soon be a preventable and treatable disease. The trial showed significantly improved survival ...

Hope for Ebola victims as drugs show 90% survival rate

A trial of two drugs has shown that Ebola may soon be a preventable and treatable disease. The trial showed significantly improved survival ...

Hope for Ebola victims as drugs show 90% survival rate

Ebola is no longer an incurable disease - Ventures Africa

Preliminary results from a new research have shown that two new Ebola drugs appear to be highly effective when it comes to treating people with the virus.Preliminary results from a new research have shown that two new Ebola drugs appear to be highly effective when it comes to treating people with the virus.

Research shows two new drugs are highly effective in treating Ebola - TheCable Lifestyle