This is a day for the #Ebola history books: There is now a licensed Ebola vaccine. Merck's Ervebo has been approved in Europe.
After more than two decades of research, the world finally has an approved Ebola vaccine.
The first #Ebola vaccine has been approved by The European Commission, a historic moment after more than two decades of research. #VaccinesWork
BREAKING: Ebola vaccine approved in Europe in landmark moment in fight against a deadly disease
Landmark moment in fight against epidemic diseases and a step closer to being better prepared. European Commission grants marketing authorization to Merck’s vaccine #OutsmartEpidemics #Ebola #VaccinesWork
Good, often overlooked historical overview of Ebola vaccine development
After more than two decades of research, the world finally has an approved Ebola vaccine.
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First #Ebola vaccine approved in #Europe today. Meanwhile in #Congo #DRC the Ebola epidemic goes on: more than of 3000 cases, more than 2000 deaths. What is going wrong?
Merck received approval from the European Commission for Ervebo- the world's first approved vaccine against Ebola. "After more than two decades of research, the world finally has an approved Ebola vaccine." Story by
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After more than two decades of research, we finally have an approved Ebola vaccine.
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This is a critical milestone, and we look forward to many more through the power of public-private partnership and through innovative product development and delivery partnerships like .
Re-upping my #Ebola vaccine story from earlier, which I've updated. Took a global health army to bring this vaccine to the world.
#Ebola vaccine approved in Europe, in landmark moment for global health
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Great news! After more than two decades of research, the world finally has an approved Ebola vaccine. More via ⬇️ There is still lots to be done to #StopEbola and we continue our work on the frontlines in the #DRC, treating and curing patients.
“Finding a #vaccine as soon as possible against this terrible virus has been a priority for the international community ever since #Ebola hit West Africa 5 years ago. Today’s decision is therefore a major step forward in saving lives in Africa and beyond”
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Good news. #pophealth "While the FDA has until March 2020 to issue a decision, a representative said recently that it expects to issue a ruling 'well ahead of' the March action date."