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US Ebola case: family members told to stay home as Texas checks 100 for exposure

Health officials in Texas have ordered four “close” family members connected to the Dallas Ebola patient to remain home to prevent the possibility of the disease spreading, and raised the number of people who may have had contact with him to 100.<p>The four family members had been previously told not …

Ebola deaths in West Africa 'pass 3,000' - WHO

<b>The death toll from the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has passed 3,000, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.</b><p>The latest figures indicate that more than 6,500 people are believed to have been infected in the region.<p>Liberia is the worst affected country, having recorded around 1,830 deaths linked …

FDA warns companies about fake Ebola drugs

When it comes to purchasing products on the Internet that claim to treat or cure Ebola, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has one word for consumers: Beware!<p>This week the FDA sent warning letters to three companies the government agency says are selling products over the Internet that claim to …

Ebola survivor Will Pooley to donate blood to create treatment

British Ebola survivor Will Pooley is to give blood to help create a cure for the deadly disease as experts warn it might never go away<p>British nurse Will Pooley who contracted Ebola while working in Africa has agreed to donate blood plasma to treat victims, officials have said, as fears were raised …

Ebola could become a 'permanent human feature', WHO warns

Projections for the spread of the deadly virus show that 1.4 million people across west Africa could be carrying the infection by 2015<p>The number of Ebola cases in west Africa could surpass 1.4 million by January and the disease could become endemic, scientists warned in two separate reports …

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