Expert discusses experimental Ebola treatment

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Dr Bob Arnot, a medical correspondent who has previously researched Ebola, discusses the new experimental treatment used in the United States to fight the virus.

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Tzimnewman3 says:

Ebola is 90% fatal so there is no excuse really not to test this on those who are infected. I can understand not using this on those who are healthy and not infected but for those who are infected it's either this or death.

infinitecanadian says:

I say that they should use the serum on Africans, even if it is untested.  It should be okay to experiment on them; heaven knows that there are enough of them, and about the only thing they seem to be good for is breeding.

wannaruwae says:

after the aids, now the u.s. has been spreading ebola in africa in order to genocide black people. what the heck the u.s. gov. is doing on the earth?

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