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WHO: Ebola Vaccine Should Be Ready By 2015

(Geneva) -- A vaccine to treat the Ebola virus will probably be available sometime next year. A spokesperson for the The World Health Organization said clinical trials should begin soon. Friday, WHO declared the Ebola outbreak an international health emergency. Nearly one-thousand people in West Africa have died from the deadly virus. There is currently no vaccine or cure for Ebola.

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