Last Doses of Ebola Drug Headed for Liberia

The last doses of an experimental drug to treat the deadly Ebola virus are slated to be sent to West Africa, the company that makes ZMapp said Monday. The Liberian government said President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf made a direct appeal Friday to U.S. President Barack Obama for the drug amid the outbreak. Health and Human Services Department said U.S. authorities have also connected the drug maker with Liberian officials, Reuters reported. It was not clear when the drug would be delivered.

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