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PBS NEWSHOUR

Should an experimental drug be used to treat Ebola?

  • Aired: 08/06/2014
  • 08:16
  • Rating: NR
The treatment of two Ebola-infected Americans with an experimental drug, Z-Mapp, raises the question of whether it has potential for widespread use in combating the outbreak in West Africa. Judy Woodruff gets debate on the topic from Dr. Robert Garry of Tulane University School of Medicine and Laurie Garrett of the Council on Foreign Relations.
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