Christian Missionaries Infected With Ebola Improving After Treatment With Trial Serum Made From Tobacco Plants Called ZMapp
August 6, 2014
Two Christian missionaries who got infected by the deadly Ebola virus while working in Liberia have been given a fighting chance at life thanks to an experimental serum made from tobacco plants called ZMapp.
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