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  Posted on: Monday, August 12, 2019
Ebola Is Now Curable. Here's How the New Treatments Work
WIRED
Amidst unrelenting chaos and violence, scientists and doctors in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been running a clinical trial of new drugs to try to combat a year-long Ebola outbreak. On Monday, the trial’s co-sponsors at the World Health Organization and the National Institutes of Health announced that two of the experimental treatments appear to dramatically boost survival rates.

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