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Study finds Ebola treatment ZMapp holds promise, although results not definitive

(NIH/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases) A clinical trial to evaluate the experimental Ebola treatment ZMapp found it to be safe and well-tolerated; however, because of the waning Ebola epidemic, the study enrolled too few people to determine definitively whether it is a better treatment for Ebola virus disease than the best available standard of care alone.
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