New Yorker Article Explores History Of Ebola Epidemic, Research Into Therapies
New Yorker: The Ebola Wars
“…After Ebola infected the boy, it went from him to his mother, who died, to his three-year-old sister, who died, and to their grandmother, who died, and then it left the village and began moving through the human population of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. Since there is no vaccine against or cure for the disease caused by Ebola virus, the only way to stop it is to break the chains of infection…” (Preston, 10/27).
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