Japanese government 'ready to respond to urgent cases' with experimental vaccine, as British Ebola patient arrives back in UK from Sierra Leone

LiberiaTokyo stands ready to offer an experimental drug developed by a Japanese   company to help stem the global tide of the deadly Ebola virus, the top   government spokesman said on Monday.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has been discussing the use of unapproved drugs as a way of getting a handle on an outbreak in Africa that has already cost more than 1,400 lives, with thousands more people infected.

There is currently no available cure or vaccine for Ebola, and the WHO has declared the latest outbreak a global public health emergency.

Several vaccine are under development.

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk

 

 

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