A new wave of studies convinced the US government to make the drug an option for non-pediatric hospitalized patients.
Epidemiologists pair gumshoe detective skills with fancy lab equipment to work backwards and stave off viral spread.
“It’s premature to say that this is a curative treatment. We should be optimistic, but not overstate.”
The hemorrhagic fever has infected more than 1,000 in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A case study in how viruses are sneakier than we sometimes think.
The unusual uses of off-label drugs.
It’s time to go viral.
It worked in the lab—but will it work in the jungle?
One study found a disturbing number of undetected carriers
Researchers suggest tracking mammals may help deal with future outbreaks
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