Well, it's a serum not a vaccine, [URL=http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1338&dat=19550608&id=BPpXAAAAIBAJ&sjid=qfYDAAAAIBAJ&pg=804,2332162]]]http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1338&dat=19550608&id=BPpXAAAAIBAJ&sjid=qfYDAAAAIBAJ&pg=804,2332162 (Difference Between Serum and Vaccine Is Explained by Dr. C. Alverez)[/URL], ah a name from the past.
Also this disease wouldn't have spread so fast or far in Africa, if it wasn't for the superstitions of the natives. In that part of world. Hmm, might be some of that type of problem in this part of world as well.
Barry, I've been wondering the same thing. Sick. I would like to know if a research lab is there and if this was a release from the lab, I think we have the right to know this, to know the whole story. Apparently the CDC owns the patent. Pentagon had researchers on this, according to one document I was looking at because it has the potential as a bioweapon. So its important to know how these things start, and please no more stories of the "backwards" Africans and monkeys. Give me something believable this time.
Now, John UK, an even smaller country isn't worried about it. [URL=http://www.jpost.com/LandedPages/PrintArticle.aspx?id=370044]]]http://www.jpost.com/LandedPages/PrintArticle.aspx?id=370044 (Israeli Ebola researcher unique in learning how some victims survive)[/URL]. In Western countries healthcare systems can handle it.