Ebola outbreak: Security concerns limit progress

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has raised concerns over worsening violence in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.
It says the fighting in the area has limited healthcare workers’ progress in reducing the Ebola outbreak.
Four Ebola responders were killed and several others injured last week.

Al Jazeera’s Catherine Soi has more from Goma.

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restituto rebucas says:

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nadine singh says:

In an article just published in the British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Harvard University researcher Dr Boguslaw Lipinski claims that selenium can treat Ebola virus disease (EVD). His paper says that a specific form of selenium, sodium selenite, found in nutritional supplements can reduce the infectivity and therefore the reproduction of Ebola and HIV viruses.

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Susan Ananda says:

Why do they have Ebola there?

Mishael Brand says:

Agenda 21 in action….

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