Liberia: 3 Receiving Untested Ebola Drug Improving
Officials said Tuesday that three Liberian health workers receiving an experimental drug to treat Ebola are showing signs of recovery. The three are being treated with the last known doses of ZMapp, which had earlier been given to two infected Americans and a Spaniard. The Americans are also improving, but the Spaniard died. “The medical professionals have informed the Liberian information ministry their progress is ‘remarkable,'” the ministry said in a statement, adding that they are showing “very positive signs of recovery.” Experts have cautioned that it’s unclear if ZMapp, which had never before been tested in humans, is effective.
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