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No, Garcinia Cambogia cannot treat Ebola infections. One internet retailer tried to cover its tracks just as this article was being written.
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At midnight on Thursday March 26, all of South Africa went into lockdown. For the next 21 days, no one is to leave their homes unless they are going to the grocery store, the pharmacy or to seek medical help. No dog walking, no jogging, no food delivery services. Only essential workers are exempt, and that list is small. When President Cyril Ramaphosa made the announcement on March 23, a week after shutting the nation’s schools, there were only 402 confirmed COVID-19 cases. But it was essential, he said, to “flatten the curve” before widespread outbreaks overwhelmed the country’s fragile medical sys...
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A new research paper examining the 2014-15 Ebola outbreak in Africa could hold crucial insights for policymakers grappling with the novel coronavirus pandemic — namely, the importance of public engagement and trust during health crises.Thestudy (PDF), co-authored by Darin Christensen, assistant professor of public policy in the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, shows that where people lack confidence in their health providers, they are less likely to seek testing and treatment when they feel sick. This stymies efforts to identify, treat and isolate infected patients to limit further contagion.By the end of the Eb...
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By Polly Dunford, President and Chief Executive OfficerMarch 26, 2020Today, asCOVID-19 continues to invade our thoughts and lives, my mind is on frontline health workers.They don’t have the option to work from home, as many of us are doing today. They’re on the front lines as I write this—in hospitals, clinics, and triage centers around the world—putting themselves at risk to stop this pandemic. Now, more than ever,health workers need our support.Last week, as I began my new job as president&CEO at IntraHealth International, I saw that our country and global teams had mobilized immediately to ...
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This viewpoint uses the absence of known effective treatment for Ebola virus disease to emphasise costs of off-label and compassionate drug use during an infectious disease outbreak.
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What helps to contain an epidemic? A study of the Ebola crisis suggests that patients' trust in health workers can encourage patients to report illnesses and receive treatment.
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Publication date: 24 March 2020Source: Cell Reports, Volume 30, Issue 12Author(s): Kai J. Rogers, Olena Shtanko, Rahul Vijay, Laura N. Mallinger, Chester J. Joyner, Mary R. Galinski, Noah S. Butler, Wendy Maury
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[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dakar -Community workers trained to help with Ebola response are being retrained to help with coronavirus
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No new cases have been reported in the ongoing Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo since 17 February 2020 (Figure 1).
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Volume 12, Issue 1, January-December 2020 .
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This article was originally published on March 25, 2020 by the Center for Global Development. The original post can be found here. 
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