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A national Institutes of Health spokeswoman said Monday, the experimental Ebola treatment administered to two Americans who contracted the virus in Africa was made by a California company called Mapp Biopharmaceutical. The company and the NIH did not identify the treatment, but Mapp has collaborated on a medical cocktail called ZMapp, derived in part from tobacco plants, that has shown promise in tests on monkeys. Both patients, Dr.

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