Ebola Patients Doing Better As Saudi Arabia Cuts Off Infected RegionMark Melin
As a new experimental drug administered for the first time on two US patients suffering from Ebola shows signs of working, the government of Saudi Arabia is banning travelers from Ebola stricken regions in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia from participating in certain religious ceremonies.
When Ebola victims a Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol were first diagnosed with the disease, the religious missionary they worked for searched for a potential cure . . .
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