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Category Archives: Ebola
Sources: Health Policy Watch 16th April, 2019 A preliminary analysis of the World Health Organization’s “ring vaccination” strategy against Ebola shows that vaccinating people who came into contact with Ebola patients is proving to be effective at preventing new … Continue reading
Source: Health Policy Watch 15th April, 2019 The World Health Organization called on the international community to ramp up contributions to the US$ 148 million in funding required for the next six months’ Ebola outbreak response in the Democratic Republic … Continue reading
Source: Science Daily 12th April, 2019 Medical researchers are calling for universal standards of care to be applied in relation to Ebola virus disease. LSTM’s Senior Clinical Lecturer, Dr Shevin Jacob is corresponding author on a perspective piece published in … Continue reading
Source: Irish Times 10th April, 2019 Drug costs threaten to bankrupt healthcare, says lobby group Access to Medicines Ireland seeks change in R&D approach of pharmaceutical companies Liberian nurses carry the body of an Ebola victim in 2014. Vaccines were … Continue reading
IP Watch; December 8, 2015. A newly issued report provides the “first ever” picture of global investment in Ebola research and development. The report found that investment in Ebola might have come at the expense of other funding to develop drugs, … Continue reading