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By Larisa Epatko
A panel of health experts recommended a top-to-bottom restructuring of the World Health Organization on Tuesday in light of its failure to quickly respond to the Ebola crisis.
By News Desk
PBS NewsHour science correspondent Miles O’Brien visits the headquarters of HealthMap, an organization that uses the Internet track outbreaks as they evolve.
In the world of science, Harvard geneticist Pardis Sabeti is a rock star. She also fronts a guitar-heavy alternative rock band from Boston.
By PBS NewsHour
In Sierra Leone and Liberia, where the Ebola epidemic has been a nightmare, the promise of a vaccine offers hope. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien reports on the challenges of conducting experimental drug trials there and the desperate need to find…
By Miles O'Brien
Some disasters are more transparent than others. As we departed JFK airport on our way to Brussels and ultimately Freetown, Sierra Leone, we flew right over the Rockaways and Broad Channel, NY. Photojournalist Cameron Hickey was sitting right beside me.
By Caleb Hellerman, Global Health Reporting Center
Is the world prepared to fight the next Ebola outbreak? NewsHour provides an update on Ebola vaccine testing in West Africa.
By P. J. Tobia
Miles O’brien has given NewsHour viewers a look into the heart of West Africa’s Ebola outbreak, digging deep into the science, medicine and cutting edge research unfolding along with the crisis. But behind the science are human beings. Doctors and…
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