Ebola vaccine performs well in U.K. human trial

Ebola trial participant getting vaccinated

An experimental vaccine against Ebola is relatively safe in humans, a U.K.-based study of 60 people finds. A trial of another vaccine (shown being administered above) produced similar results in 20 patients in a National Institutes of Health study in September.


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