World Health Organization
We need to unite as a global community and encourage policymakers to make TB a priority.
Critics say the WHO's claims are based on biased studies.
The FDA needs to complete its approval process for generic versions of biologic drugs.
Health experts say the government could boost funding to a number of areas.
Deaths will mount if international effort isn't intensified, says WHO.
The U.S. won’t send officials to a health summit on tobacco in Moscow.
"It's getting worse," said Obama. "It's spreading faster and exponentially.
The disease has caused more than 1,400 reported deaths.
The State Department ordered the removal of family members of U.S. Embassy staff in Liberia.
The widening outbreak has sickened more than 1,600 people, WHO reported.
"Lessons learnt during the Ebola epidemic" are helping now, the WHO says.
Research shows that women and girls will be disproportionately affected by the tragedy.
Two hundred cases reported earlier this week; 4,922 deaths total.
Canada said vaccine may be used in the West African countries severely hit by outbreak.
Anxiety over Ebola is at a feverish pitch.
A major report published last week could be a game changer in the climate change debate.
Director Margaret Chan called for "urgent action" to stop the disease from spreading.
Half of the money would be used to treat and isolate patients with Ebola.
The two infected Americans have reportedly shown signs of improvement.