Ebola Makes A Comeback In Sierra Leone

According to the World Health Organization, Ebola has made a come back in Sierra Leone. Mariatu Jalloh, a 22-year old native of Sierra Leone has tested positive for Ebola. The disease had disappeared for two years and is suddenly showing up once again.

(Photos) #EbolaBack? Doctor Who Was “Cured” Still Has The Virus

Let the scare tactics continue. Seems like the Ebola Epidemic took a backseat for a while but it may be back to the forefront after new developments arise in the United States. Click more to read the full story.

Ebola Crisis Far From Over: American Healthcare Worker Who Contracted The Disease Arrives In Maryland

The ebola epidemic has not been the mainstream topic of conversation lately, however the battle is far from over. As nurses and doctors continue to go to Sierra Leone to treat the infections (contracted by West Africans), they understand that they run the risk of catching the disease also. One of the latest healthcare working Americans has been isolated and charted on a plane. According to the Associated Press, the patient, who is the 10th American to catch Ebola arrived at National Institutes of Health’s hospital in Maryland and was admitted at 4:44 a.m. For now, the patient’s name, age and gender were not released. More details after the jump.

(Photos) New Info About Ebola Cases In West Africa

New Info About Ebola Cases In West Africa. Good news everyone Ebola cases have declined In West Africa,and by over 80 percent in Sierra Leone. They attribute the success to advance medical treatment. Ebola had people all over the world on edge and afraid.There were only a few cases in the United States but it still rocked the whole nation. One woman was forced to close her dress shop because people found out one of the Americans infected with the virus stopped at that store. more details after the jump.

(Video) Ebola May Have Been Caused By Bats In A Tree!?

Scientists now think that they have identified how a young child from Guinea became Patient Zero. They believe that the first patient to become infected with Ebola may have gotten it from playing in a hollowed-out tree with infected bats. Read more on the story and check out the video after the jump!

Patient Number Two In The U.S. Dies Of The Ebola!!!

The United States’ second Ebola patient has passed away on Monday, Nov. 17. Dr. Martin Salia’s cause of death was heart failure from the virus. Officials at the Nebraska Biomedical Center stated that all treatment that could be used was used to save Salia’s life, however “his disease was already extremely advanced.” Hit the jump for more.

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