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Former Ebola Virus US Patients Mark 5 Years Since Recovery While Congo Still Fighting with Current Outbreak

As a new Ebola outbreak rages in Congo, two of the first Ebola virus patients to be successfully treated in the United States during...

Congo Ebola Outbreak: Too Many People Losing their Lives at Home

Two-month-old Lahya Kathembo became an orphan in a day. Her mother succumbed to Ebola on a Saturday morning. By sunset her father was dead,...

WHO: Rise of Ebola Epidemic in DRC’s Goma Could be a ‘Game Changer’

The head of the World Health Organization warns the spread of Ebola to a large city in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo could have dire...

WHO Says Ebola Outbreak Not a Public Health Emergency Despite its Spread from Congo to Uganda

The World Health Organization decided on Friday not to declare an international public health emergency over the Ebola outbreak, despite its recent spread from...

WHO Says, “About Quarter of Ebola Cases in Congo Going Undetected”

The World Health Organization says it may be missing a quarter of all Ebola cases in eastern Congo as violent unrest complicates detection. That estimate...

More Than 2,000 Ebola Cases Hit Democratic Republic of Congo

More than 2,000 cases of the Ebola virus have hit the Democratic Republic of the Congo, according to the nation's health ministry. The 1,346...

Ending Ebola Epidemic in Congo Fraught with Security Risks, Says WHO

The World Health Organization says success in ending the Ebola epidemic in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo hinges upon improving security in North Kivu...

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