Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, June 20th, 2004
Five people have died and 14 more are infected with the deadly hemorrhagic fever in the south of the African nation, said Dick Thompson, spokesman for the U.N. health agency.
Originally, WHO said it believed a new, milder strain of Ebola could have caused the outbreak. This was wrong, said Thompson.
"The reason was that initial lab tests were very confusing," he told reporters.
However, he said, "We don't know the source of it yet or the...
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