According to the results from clinical trials conducted on ZMapp, the experimental medication for the Ebola virus, the drug was effective 100 percent of the time for monkeys.
In response to an on going, unexpected outbreak of Ebola virus disease in West Africa, a team of researchers has rapidly sequenced and analyzed more than 99 Ebola virus genomes.
The United States and the United Kingdom are scheduled to start human trials to test a potential Ebola vaccine soon.
The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that despite efforts to control the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the number of cases could potentially spike up to 20,000 before the outbreak is over.
The World Health Organization reported that the Ebola outbreak has taken a "heavy toll" on health workers stationed at the four affected nations.
Despite the focus that has been placed on the Ebola outbreak a new poll revealed that many Americans do not know what Ebola is and how the virus gets transmitted.
Hospital officials reported that doctor Kent Brantly, 33, who was infected with Ebola in West Africa, is scheduled to be discharged today.
Even though the Ebola outbreak in Africa is one of the worst ones to occur in years, there are many viruses that are more deadly than Ebola.
WHO announced that it will endorse the use of experimental drugs for Ebola.
The deadliest Ebola has taken Western Africa in its clutches and is responsible for at least 900 lives so far. 50 infectious disease specialists have been sent to the region who will help quell the outbreak.
WHO announced that the outbreak cannot be properly contained due to the affected nations' lack of resources and is now calling for an extraordinary response to help prevent the outbreak from worsening.
Spain announced that it will evacuate a Spanish missionary priest who tested positive for Ebola while working in Liberia.
The New York City's Health Department reported that the male patient at Mount Sinai Hospital is "unlikely" to have Ebola.
The President of Sierra Leona has announced a state of emergency over Ebola.
The Ebola outbreak has killed 672 people so far in Africa.