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Ebola vaccine tested on humans

For the first time, the medical experts from Canada and the United States tested the vaccine developed against Ebola on humans. The vaccine they were working on for several years was named VSV-EBOV. NewLink Genetics Corporation, which develops Bio-pharmacological agents ...

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Stylish mom Beyoncé shows her daughter

Beyoncé is rightly awarded the status of the main fashionista. She and her entire family, including a two-year baby, demonstrate impeccable street style. They delight their fans with stylish clothes of famous designers. Little Blue Ivy, who doesn't mind wearing ...

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Thought transfer from brain to brain

According to the research, scientists were able to make a sensational conclusion – people can communicate by thought. The "collocutors" were located in different parts of the planet. A person who was conveying his thought were in France, and the ...

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Ebola vaccine available in 2015

It was announced by David Nabarro, Senior UN System Coordinator for Ebola Virus Disease. According to him, currently there are tested two vaccines that have sufficiently good prospects to fight Ebola, joinfo.ua reports. If experimental drugs pass all tests, in ...

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Second death from Ebola in Mali

The Malian authorities have confirmed the second death from Ebola, euronews reports. A nurse died on Tuesday evening. The hospital in Bamako, where she worked as a nurse is closed for quarantine. The first case was documented in October, when ...

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