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First Patient Quarantined Under Strict New Policy Tests Negative for Ebola
New York Times
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Obama commends New Yorkers for calm reaction to Ebola threatReuters
NY, NJ Govs Issue Mandatory Quarantine for Travelers Who Treated Ebola ...Boston.com
Hospital staffers reportedly take sick day rather than treat New York's first Ebola ...Fox News
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Ebola outbreak: Cases pass 10000, WHO reports
BBC News
The number of cases in the Ebola outbreak has exceeded 10,000, with 4,922 deaths, the World Health Organization says in its latest report. Only 27 of the cases have occurred outside the three worst-hit countries, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.
Ebola Cases Top 10000: WHOHuffington Post
Mali to keep Guinea border open despite Ebola death: presidentReuters
Ebola Death Toll Nears 5000 as Virus AdvancesVoice of America
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CDC Responds Rapidly to New York Ebola Case
Wall Street Journal
President Barack Obama gives a hug to Dallas nurse Nina Pham in the White House in Washington on Friday. Ms. Pham was just released from the hospital after being declared Ebola free. Olivier Douliery/Press Pool. By. Betsy McKay,. Betsy McKay. The Wall ...
Obama: Science, not fear, key to Ebola responseSFGate
Ebola outbreak: Get up to speedWYFF Greenville
Two US nurses are declared cured of EbolaAsiaOne
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Partners HealthCare CEO to Step Down, Join Partners In Health
Boston.com
Partners HealthCare CEO Dr. Gary Gottlieb will leave his post to join the similarly named but unrelated nonprofit Partners In Health. Partners In Health, which provides medical services in impoverished places from Peru to Rwanda, announced Gottlieb will be ...
Gottlieb to leave Partners next yearBoston Business Journal
Partners HealthCare leader to step downBoston Globe
Gottlieb Leaving Partners HealthCare For Partners In HealthWBUR

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Studies Link Cold Sore Virus to Alzheimer's Risk
WebMD
FRIDAY, Oct. 24, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- The virus that causes common cold sores -- herpes simplex -- might increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease, two studies by Swedish researchers suggest. In fact, being a carrier of certain antibodies to the virus can ...
Herpes Simplex Infections Double Alzheimer's Disease RiskAmerican Live Wire
Cold Sores Could Double Alzheimer's RiskHeadlines & Global News
Two New Studies Suggest Common Cold Sores Double Risk of Alzheimer's ...Beta Wired
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Cancer-killing stem cells engineered in lab
BBC News
Scientists from Harvard Medical School have discovered a way of turning stem cells into killing machines to fight brain cancer. In experiments on mice, the stem cells were genetically engineered to produce and secrete toxins which kill brain tumours, without ...
Stem Cells capable of Killing Brain Tumors developedUncover Michigan
Toxin-Loaded Stem Cells Hailed As The 'Future' of Cancer Therapy Developed ...Chinatopix
Stem cells that can kill cancer have been engineered by scientistsThe Independent
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World's first 'dead heart' transplants successful
USA TODAY
For 20 years, the heart transplant unit at Sydney's St. Vincent's Hospital has been working hard to figure out a way to transplant a dead heart into a live patient. Doctors from the team announced their work had paid off. They have successfully completed three ...
Surgeons implant 'dead' heart for first timeNew York Daily News
Australian Surgeons Successfully Transplant 'Dead' HeartsNBCNews.com
In world first, 'dead' hearts transplanted into living patientsTimes of India
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'No shortage of volunteers' for clinical trial of Canadian-made Ebola vaccine
CTV News
The risk of contracting Ebola virus in suburban Washington, D.C., is vanishingly low. In fact, with the recovery and Friday's release from hospital there of Dallas nurse Nina Pham, it is actually nil. But that fact isn't deterring people from stepping forward to ...
Ebola Outbreak 2014: Millions of Experimenal Vaccines Expected by 2015 ...Latin Post
WHO: Vaccine trials acceleratedColumbus Dispatch
Million Ebola vaccine doses by end of next year: WHOTech Times
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San Diego County records its first West Nile virus death since 2007
Los Angeles Times
CDC logs on to fighting Ebola
Sydney Morning Herald

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