Year in review: Ebola vaccines on the way

Two front-runners show promising results


SCOURGE  Following the Ebola outbreak that ravaged West Africa until early 2015, killing more than 11,000 people, scientists are closing in on developing vaccines to protect against ebolavirus (above, in blue). 


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