The U.S. is Sitting on Promising Ebola Vaccines – Dr. Jon Epstein interviewed by Newsweek

August 4, 2014
Ebola was once thought to be a intermittent scourge limited to the bush of Central Africa. The virus would jump from its animal hosts to a nearby community eating those animals, but these outbreaks flared up and quickly “burned out,” killing about 1,600 people over the nearly four decades since the first case was identified in a Sudanese factory worker in 1976.

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