Ebola continues rapid spread in West Africa

But small pockets of good news dot World Health Organization’s latest report

Ebola viruses (red) on surface of a monkey cell (blue)

SUPPRESSION IN SIGHT  Ebola viruses (red) grow from the surface of a monkey cell (blue) in this scanning electron micrograph. Containing the virus has been difficult in West Africa, but some countries are on their way toward becoming Ebola-free. 

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