Mary Jo Sanford

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Are some people immune to Ebola? - Futurity

Experts say Ebola might be quietly inoculating a significant portion of the population—and those people could be key to fighting the disease.

Long Quest for Ebola Vaccine Slowed by Science, Ethics, Politics

There are no approved vaccines or treatments, but some in development look promising.<p>DALLAS—Ebola vaccines are so effective in monkeys that macaques can be protected or rescued even if they're injected with a hundred times the lethal dose of the Ebola virus after vaccination. But no one knows for …

Ebola Patient Shouldn't Have Boarded Plane, Officials Say

WASHINGTON -- Top health officials said Wednesday that a nurse infected with Ebola never should have boarded a plane.<p>The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had announced earlier Wednesday that a second nurse who had cared for Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person to die from Ebola in the …

Susan Rice: The World Has Not Done Enough to Contain Ebola

The White House wants other countries to do more to contain the spread of Ebola in West Africa, National Security Adviser Susan Rice says. When asked by NBC's "Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd whether the world had done enough, National Security Advisor Susan Rice said, “No. They haven't done …

Spain monitoring three more for Ebola signs

Three more people have been admitted to hospital in Madrid to be monitored for signs of Ebola, bringing the total number under observation to 15.<p>Saturday's development came as the Spanish nurse infected with Ebola was reported to be conscious and sitting unaided. Teresa Romero, 44, is the only …

Advanced screenings for Ebola begin at JFK airport

The United States on Saturday stepped up its efforts to stop the spread of the deadly Ebola virus, implementing additional screenings for airline passengers from West Africa to New York’s Kennedy airport.<p>Public health workers at John F. Kennedy International Airport will use no-touch thermometers …