Experimental Ebola treatment protects some primates even after disease symptoms appear
ScienceDaily, Wednesday 21 August 2013

Scientists have successfully treated the deadly Ebola virus in infected animals following onset of disease symptoms, according to a report published online today in Science Translational Medicine. The results show promise for developing therapies against the virus, which causes hemorrhagic fever with human case fatality rates as high as 90 percent.

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