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Ebola Never Went Away. But Now There’s A Drug To Treat It

While scientists work to develop effective treatments for COVID-19, there is good news on another disease front. This month the U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted formal approval to an antibody cocktail from the pharmaceutical company Regeneron that’s been shown to reduce an Ebola patient’s chances of dying dramatically.

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100,000 masks donated to Mobile County frontline workers

100,000 masks were donated to the Medical Society of Mobile County to be distributed to first responders all across the county. Only two cities in Alabama were given this donation: Birmingham and Mobile. The masks come from the Bloomberg Foundation/International Medical Corps.

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For the Sake of Humanity

Susan Mangicaro reflects on waging battle in coronavirus-torn New York City.

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Corpus Christi Business Times

International Medical Corps deploys to Corpus Christi

The International Medical Corps demonstrated emergency medical field units being deployed to Christus Spohn hospitals in South Texas on Sept. 10. The fully equipped hospital tents were set up on the grounds of Christus Spohn’s Memorial and Shoreline campuses in Corpus Christi. They can be used for triage and testing and as distribution or waiting …

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Medical field unit added to Nueces County’s preparations for future COVID-19 response

As Nueces County’s COVID-19 numbers continue a steady decline, local health officials are gearing up for the possibility of a second surge. Taking advantage of what may now be a lull in virus transmission is key to preparation, officials said Thursday. One resource newly available for potential future crises is an emergency medical field unit, …

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TRT - Turkish public broadcast service

UN salutes aid workers on the frontlines during pandemic

On World Humanitarian Day, the United Nations is honoring frontline health workers including doctors, nurses, midwifes and volunteers. John McGhie, Emergency response director for the Middle East, Asia and Europe at the International Medical Corps has more.

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