Second Ebola Patient Got Experimental Serum, Aid Group Says
Dr. Kent Brantly, one of the two Americans who contracted Ebola in Liberia, received a dose of an experimental serum before he was flown to the United States for treatment, an aid organization that he works with said Sunday. The aid organization, a Christian group called Samaritan’s Purse, said it was grateful for news that Brantly’s condition is improving . Earlier, the group had said there was only enough serum for one dose and that it went to Nancy Writebol, the other American infected. Writebol is to be flown to Atlanta this week and treated at Emory University Hospital, where Brantly is also being treated.
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