Yes you read it right, I have some good news on the Ebola dilemma.
The first one is that a few victims of Ebola have been treated successfully in Guinea and Sierra Leone. A report by *MSF an *NGO at the forefront of the battle against Ebola in West Africa shows they are gradually making a lot of progress with regards to the treatments and recovery of their patients. You can read more of their updates here
The second one is that the *WHO set up a committee to look into the ethical considerations for allowing unapproved drugs for the treatment of Ebola e.g ZMapp
Seeing that ebola is already life threatening and patients would usually not mind an intervention that could alleviate the consequences, the advisory group came to the following conclusions: