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La amenaza del ébola

Health workers informed residents about the Ebola virus on Monday in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

What You Need to Know About the Ebola Outbreak - NYTimes.com Ahmed Jallanzo/European Pressphoto Agency Aug. 12, 2014

How Many Ebola Patients Have Been Treated Outside of Africa?

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WHO declares Ebola an international public health emergency

Gloves and rubber boots forming part of the Ebola prevention gear for health workers drying in the sun in Monrovia, Liberia, on 8 September 2014.

Millions of gloves to fight Ebola

Gloves and rubber boots forming part of the Ebola prevention gear for health workers drying in the sun in Monrovia, Liberia, on 8 September

http://media3.s-nbcnews.com/i/newscms/2014_32/605416/140807-ebola-spain-7a_467e254a065a484d2c28f83b36a56d08.jpgEL MINISTERIO DE SANIDAD CONFIRMA LA EFECTIVIDAD DEL DIOXIDO DE CLORO (MMS) PARA EBOLA

EL MINISTERIO DE SANIDAD CONFIRMA LA EFECTIVIDAD DEL DIOXIDO DE CLORO (MMS) PARA EBOLA

Liberian Passenger With Ebola Symptoms Arrives In Newark Liberty – Moved To University Hospital Newark

Ebola can be prevented.

Ebola News Doctor,The Globe Wellness Organization said Fri that two" Ebola vaccines" below development are already deemed safe & are applied 'soon in cl.

16 year old becomes headof family because of Ebola

In pictures: Ebola orphans

Orphans created by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa explain how their lives have been changed by the loss of their parents.

If Your Son Is Not Circumcised... Beware the Well-Baby Check | Christiane Northrup, MD - Pediatricians forcibly retract foreskins for intact (uncircumcised) boys during well-baby checks throughout the U.S. every day because the health care provider doesn't know any better.

If Your Son Is Not Circumcised... Beware the Well-Baby Check

Two dozen suspected Ebola cases emerged hundreds of miles from West Africa in what health officials are calling a second “unrelated” outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

La amenaza del ébola | Fotogalería | | EL PAÍS

La amenaza del ébola

La amenaza del ébola | Fotogalería | | EL PAÍS

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Augustine Goba (right) heads the laboratory at Kenema Government Hospital in Sierra Leone. He and colleagues analyzed the viral genetics in blood samples from 78 Ebola patients early in the epidemic.

40 carte geografiche che non vi hanno fatto vedere a scuola - Focus.it

A frustrated scientist makes a map to set the record straight about where Ebola is present on the African continent. Why do people generalize to the whole of Africa?

Ebola Fighters

The head-to-toe protective gear is designed to prevent Ebola from infecting health care workers, yet some do contract the disease.

On Tuesday, President Barack Obama is expected to announce that he will be sending 3,000 U.S. military personnel to Liberia in an attempt to help stem the growing Ebola crisis that has already claimed thousands of lives and decimated entire communities in west Africa.

Officials Warn Ebola Crisis 'Unprecedented In Modern Times'

Death toll from Ebola in Sierra Leone more than doubles to 12 | The Extinction Protocol

Death toll from Ebola in Sierra Leone more than doubles to 12

A doctor works in a laboratory on collected samples of the Ebola virus at the Centre for Disease Control in Entebbe.

Έμπολα: Χωριά εξαφανίζονται λόγω του ιού στη Σιέρα Λεόνε - Verge

The first European infected by a strain of Ebola that has killed over people in West Africa, Spanish priest Miguel Pajares, has died i.

'We can't dawdle'-Obama warns Ebola may infect 'hundreds of thousands'

'We can't dawdle'-Obama warns Ebola may infect 'hundreds of thousands'

President Obama meets with Emory University doctors and health care workers during his visit Tuesday to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.

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