Researchers Developing Fast-Acting Ebola Vaccine Scientists say they are close to finding a fast-acting Ebola vaccine that makes gorillas and chimps -- the suspected sources of infection in natural outbreaks -- immune to the deadly virus. Researchers say the vaccine could also offer a defense against bioterrorism. Hear NPR's Jon Hamilton.
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Researchers Developing Fast-Acting Ebola Vaccine

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Researchers Developing Fast-Acting Ebola Vaccine

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Scientists say they are close to finding a fast-acting Ebola vaccine that makes gorillas and chimps — the suspected sources of infection in natural outbreaks — immune to the deadly virus. Researchers say the vaccine could also offer a defense against bioterrorism. Hear NPR's Jon Hamilton.