U.S. Provides $1M To IAEA For Ebola Diagnostic Program
U.S. Department of State: U.S. Government Contributes $1 Million to IAEA in Ebola Fight
“The U.S. Government has contributed $1 million to the International Atomic Energy Agency for a new project that will improve and streamline efforts to diagnose the Ebola virus in Africa. … The IAEA’s project will provide high-quality training and cutting-edge equipment based on nuclear science applications to teams of virologists in 11 African countries — Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, and Uganda — to help them more quickly and safely diagnose emerging diseases, including Ebola,” according to the press release (1/8).
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