‘Ebola is defeated’, says Congolese professor who discovered virus • FRANCE 24 English

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#Ebola has been defeated. Vaccines and medical treatments have brought the deadly and terrifying disease under control, says Jean-Jacques #Muyembe, the Congolese professor who first discovered the virus more than 40 years ago. The 79-year-old virologist was speaking at a ceremony in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s capital #Kinshasa marking the arrival on the market of the “Ebanga” #treatment, which was approved last December by the US Food and Drug Administration.

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