(by Jeffrey Hodgson, Reuters) – The Canadian government was to ship 800 vials of its experimental Ebola vaccine to the World Health Organization in Geneva beginning on Monday, the Public Health Agency of Canada announced on Saturday.
(by James Taranto, OpinionJournal.com) – “Canada to Ship Experimental Ebola Vaccine to WHO”—headline, NBCNews
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The director of NIH, Dr. Francis Collins, told the Huffington Post “that a 10-year slide…in research funding had set that institution back in terms of its study of vaccines for Ebola” and CNN’s Wolf Blitzer tried to put the blame on the GOP-run House of Representatives, asking that same day, “Is Congress doing enough?” No mention of the wasteful spending at both NIH and CDC.
(The Editors, National Review) – The situation in Dallas makes clear that it is easier to protect Americans from the disease by keeping it abroad than by addressing it when it arrives.
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