Ebola Vaccine, Ready for Test, Sat on the Shelf

By DENISE GRADYOCT –

GALVESTON, Tex. — Almost a decade ago, scientists from Canada and the United States reported that they had created a vaccine that was 100 percent effective in protecting monkeys against the Ebola virus. The results were published in a respected journal, and health officials called them exciting. The researchers said tests in people might start within two years, and a product could potentially be ready for licensing by 2010 or 2011. READ MORE OF THIS STORY

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