Ebola has a high mortality rate, but in the right conditions its rate of infection can be kept low.
Abandoned villagers face a stark choice: stay where they are and risk death or skip quarantine, spreading the infection further in a country ill-equipped to cope
Fears spread in eastern Europe as one person is quarantined in Montenegro and 14 under supervision in Serbia
To spread news about Ebola throughout Africa, cellphones and social media have become key.
It will be taken to a hospital in the capital and administered to Liberian doctors Zukunis Ireland and Abraham Borbor
Thanks to a population boom, intensive farming and poverty, incidents of emerging disease have quadrupled in 50 years
The Health Ministry said he was being treated with the experimental drug ZMapp, manufactured by U.S. company Mapp Biopharmaceutical
The WHO’s ethics committee decided that untested Ebola treatments and vaccines can and should be used to treat patients in the current outbreak.
The experimental ZMapp drug will be delivered to Liberia, to treat doctors infected with Ebola
What if a computer algorithm could report an outbreak faster than people on the ground?
"I am writing this update from my isolation room," Brantly said.
Nigeria's state oil company said it had shut down its own clinic in Lagos' commercial district of Victoria Island
West Africa's Ebola epidemic constitutes an international health emergency, the World Health Organization said on Friday
The CDC has more than 200 staff members in Atlanta working on the outbreak, and will soon have more than 50 disease experts in West Africa to try to contain the outbreak.
The decision of whether or not to formally classify the outbreak as a public health emergency of international concern will come on Friday.
After months of distrust in science and the government, residents of rural Sierra Leone are starting to understand Ebola is more than a curse or a snake bite
Kaufman described the steps taken just to address a small spill of contaminated fluids from Brantly.
The patient's arrival came a day after Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City said it was testing a man for Ebola, though they concluded it was "unlikely" he had it
The deadly virus may have arrived in America's most crowded, populous city with a man who recently visited west Africa