U.S. health regulators on Wednesday authorized the use of an Ebola diagnostic test developed by the Pentagon to help contain the world's worst outbreak of the deadly virus. The diagnostic test was authorized for use abroad on military personnel, aid workers and emergency responders in laboratories designated by the Defense Department to respond to the Ebola outbreak, the Food and Drug Administration said.
U.S. allows use of Ebola test overseas as crisis deepens
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