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The Ebola outbreak is raging in West Africa. One case is already being reported all the way across the vast desert continent in Saudi Arabia. With the death toll nearing 900, most Americans disapprove of the decision to bring two infected citizens home for observation in an Atlanta hospital.
Dr. Kent Brantly and nurse Nancy Writebol both contracted Ebola while working on a medical mission to Liberia. Brantly arrived in Atlanta over the weekend, and Writebol flew here today.
Doctors injected Brantly this morning with a test serum and they?re very encouraged with his reactions to the drug. The experimental drug is called ZMaxx and it?s made by Mapp Biopharmaceutical in San Diego. The company says they produced the serum from small tobacco leaves and until now, they had only tested it on small animals.
While doctors are encouraged by the reaction to ZMaxx, the FDA and the CDC are not officially declaring any known cure for Ebola.
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