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Ebola Outbreak in DRC: Notes from the field

Mike McCusker of International Medical Corps’ Emergency Response Team (ERT) has just returned from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), where an Ebola outbreak has the global humanitarian community on high alert. To date, there have been 66 reported cases of the Ebola virus in DRC and 28 deaths. International Medical Corps has mobilized …

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What we know about fighting Ebola: A Q&A with expert Dr. Adam Levine

The global health community is better prepared to face the largest outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease since the 2014-2016 West African epidemic claimed more than 11,000 lives, but funding from major donor countries is needed quickly to contain the current outbreak early. We talk with Dr. Adam Levine, the technical lead of International Medical Corps’ …

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Ebola Response Efforts Ramp up as Virus Spreads and Case Numbers Increase

Earlier today, one new case of Ebola was confirmed in Mbandaka, a bustling port city of some one million people along the Congo River in Equateur Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The city is more than 90 miles from Bikoro health zone, where the two previous lab-confirmed cases were reported. According …

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Public Health Experts Conclude Research Conducted at Heart of West Africa’s Ebola Outbreak Can Provide Valuable Guidance in Preparing for Future Emergencies

Public health specialists who engaged in research while responding to the 2014-2016 Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak in West Africa have concluded that conducting such work in the midst of a major humanitarian crisis is both possible and can yield valuable guidance when preparing for future infectious disease outbreaks. The three experts, Adam Levine, Primary …

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Baby Jo: The 3-month-old Ebola survivor

At the height of the Ebola Epidemic in Liberia a Mother and her 3-month-old daughter (Baby Jo) are admitted for testing at the Bong County Ebola Treatment Center.  International Medical Corps staff and volunteers share their memories about her survival story.
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Research Study: Using Wireless Patient Monitoring Technology to Fight Ebola

During the West Africa Ebola outbreak, International Medical Corps and Scripps Translational Science Institute (STSI) tested the feasibility of a wireless patient monitoring system in providing real-time, remote monitoring of patient signs inside an Ebola treatment facility. The three-week trial took place in International Medical Corps’ Ebola Treatment Center (ETC) in Makeni, Sierra Leone and …

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