World Health Organization: Ebola Vaccine Trials To Start in January

Early data is expected in December before trials could begin the following month

Ebola Vaccine Testing Could Start Soon (TIME)

An Ebola vaccine could begin testing in the next few weeks and be ready for clinical trials in West Africa by January, the World Health Organization announced Tuesday.

Still, questions remain about when the drug may be available for the public at large and how many doses will be available, according to CNN.

“It will be deployed in the form of trials,” said WHO official Marie Paule Kieny, noting the number of available trials would be in the tens of thousands, not millions.

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