he World Health Organization on Thursday declared an end to the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa.
The World Health Organization declared the Ebola outbreak over in Guinea Tuesday.
The World Health Organization says it’s possible in rare instances for patients who survived Ebola to develop the disease again.
The report, the first outside review of the hospital’s response, was conducted by a panel of four physicians and one nurse .
Alabama state health officials say a patient whose symptoms caused concerns about Ebola has tested negative for the virus.
The University of Kansas Hospital has a patient who recently returned from Sierra Leone, but who is considered a very low risk for Ebola.
Former President Bill Clinton says he hopes to keep working in Africa and elsewhere —no matter what happens politically with his wife.
For the first time, Ebola has been discovered inside the eyes of a patient months after the virus was gone from his blood.
The agency said in a statement that the patient’s status was changed from serious condition to critical condition.
Public health officials said Saturday that a number of Americans will return from west Africa to be monitored after possibly being exposed t…
The patient’s condition was still being evaluated after being flown in isolation from Sierra Leone on a chartered plane and admitted.
The NIH announced Thursday that the patient is expected to arrive Friday at its hospital in Bethesda.
Ebola derailed child immunizations in hard-hit West Africa, leaving thousands more children vulnerable to illnesses like measles.
A local group is having a big international impact, sending medical help over to countries in need.
A study of the drug, favipiravir, is still in early stages in West Africa.