Trials of Ebola vaccines could begin as early as January in the West African countries most affected by the virus, a World Health Organization official said Tuesday. Although there are no approved vaccines or treatments for Ebola, experts have said that vaccines are the best hope of getting the outbreak in West Africa under control and preventing it from spreading across the rest of the continent.
Ebola vaccine trials could start in Africa in January
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