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According to a New York Times article, the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa is expected to take an additional 12 to 18 months to control. Researchers and scientists at various universities have stated that at its current rate, 20,000 cases could be...
As the Ebola virus continues to spin out of control in West Africa, the World Health Organization is pleading for additional aid, a Reuters article says. The current death toll has topped 2,400, with an additional 2,400 reported cases. With Ebola...
According to a Reuters article, the Ebola death toll has now jumped to 2,296, including nearly 200 deaths in a single day. The World Health Organization says that there are no 4,293 reported cases as of Sept. 6, though there are hundreds of additional...