Ebola Virus Alert

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CNN’S Alina Machado speaks with Dr. Aileen Marty, who is traveling to West Africa to help fight the Ebola outbreak.

Time now for a look through the international headlines we’re following this Thursday morning. For that, we turn to our Eunice Kim, standing by at the NewsCenter. Good morning, Eunice. Good morning, Mark. The World Health Organization has designated *Kenya as a high-risk country for the *spre

The World Health Organization has approved the use of experimental drugs for people who have Ebola, a virus that already has claimed more than 1,000 lives in western Africa. VOA’s Carol Pearson looks at possible treatments and vaccines for those with the disease. Originally published at ̵

Three U.S. aid workers, including the husband of American Ebola patient Nancy Writebol, returned from Liberia Sunday night and were immediately put into quarantine in Charlotte, North Carolina. County health director Dr. Stephen Keener says all three appear healthy but will stay in quarantine until

Taiwan’s Centers for Disease Control has conducted an exercise at Taipei Airport to test its ability to intercept the arrival of travelers suspected of being infected with the Ebola virus.

Canada is offering up to 1,000 doses of an experimental drug to battle the Ebola virus. CNN’s David McKenzie reports.

Spanish priest Miguel Pajares, 75, the first European infected by a strain of Ebola that has killed more than 1,000 people in West Africa, has died in hospital in Madrid, a spokeswoman for the city’s health authorities said on Tuesday (August 12).

The use of an experimental drug to treat two Americans and a Spaniard diagnosed with Ebola is raising ethical questions about who gets first access to unproven new therapies. AP medical writer Lauran Neergaard takes a closer look. (Aug. 11) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/Associ

At least 932 deaths in four countries have been blamed on Ebola, with 1,711 reported cases.

An American missionary stricken with Ebola in West Africa wore a protective white suit on Tuesday (August 5) as she was wheeled on a stretcher into the Atlanta hospital where doctors will try to save her and a fellow aid worker from the deadly virus.

Six people in the United States tested for signs of Ebola, Dr. Brantly showing signs of improvement.

The Ebola epidemic has resulted in 1440 confirmed or suspected cases of infection in West Africa and more than 826 deaths, according to the World Health Organization. Tough measures are to be taken to prevent the spread, and US health officials say the situation will take at least three months to br