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“The tragic events unfolding in Africa demand an urgent response," Adrian Hill, director of the Jenner Institute at the University of Oxford, which will oversee the tests, said in a statement Thursday. "In recent years, similar investigational vaccines have safely immunized infants and adults against a range of diseases including malaria, HIV and hepatitis C. We, and all our partners on this project, are optimistic that this candidate vaccine may prove useful against Ebola.”
originally posted by: ausername
a reply to: quirkygirl
Because they've had a vaccine. Ebola can be contained, cured, vaccinated against and possibly eradicated. Either they have chosen to withhold it because of resources and expenses, or they wanted to let it spread. imo.