Ebola virus disease
NIH and CDC will test the vaccines in Liberia and Sierra Leone.
The Senate passed a bill Tuesday that would prioritize drug treatments for Ebola.
The senator told Obama to designate some hospitals as regional “Ebola treatment hubs.”
Barrasso said Obama’s pick isn’t experienced enough to deal with the Ebola crisis.
Anxiety over Ebola is at a feverish pitch.
It would be the second Ebola case in the U.S. if confirmed.
TKM-Ebola can be used in emergency situations under arrangements with the U.S. and Canada.
If confirmed, it could become another hot spot for an outbreak that has killed 1,200.
It will take months to produce even a small batch of a promising new drug to counter Ebola.
The drug giant cautioned that testing and approval could take "10 or more years."
Mount Sinai Hospital said the man was in "stable condition" and "improving."
He told doctors he had recently traveled to West Africa.
Agency gives U.S. immunity against legal claims in making and distributing three Ebola vaccines.
Texas Republicans demanded accountability from the Obama administration on its Ebola response.
The Democratic leader wants appropriators to “return to Washington immediately.”
Officials have no indications that terrorists are seeking to use Ebola as a biologic weapon.
Lawmakers have pushed for more screening or a travel ban on affected countries.
Both ISIS and Ebola have the same root cause: failed governance.
The State Department is also creating a system to evacuate medical volunteers who get sick.
The United States is putting cash into experimental treatments.
The ethical dilemma is not about a particular drug, but our entire drug discovery program.
"I think we've got to let the science guide us," said Obama.
HHS chief Burwell met with African leaders as the death toll neared 900.
The experimental drug was flown to Liberia and given to two infected Americans.