Ebola Treatment Testing Begins In Us

Human tests of Ebola treatment begin in the US

American researchers have started the first human test for the treatment of Ebola virus, which is currently in the early stages. According to the National Institute of Health (NIH) Clinical Center, under the name 'VRC 608', the safety and tolerance of monoclonal antibody named 'MAB 114' is under examination in the first phase of clinical trial.
Ebola Treatment Testing Begins In Us
Ebola Treatment Testing Begins In Us

Investigators will test this on 18 to 30 healthy volunteers of 18 to 60 years of age. Dr. Anthony S. Fouki, Director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), Maryland said, "We hope this test will ensure the safety of experimental treatment for the Ebola virus, which is the first important step of this evaluation process. . '

He said, "Ebola is very fatal and we know from Ebola's new cases in Congo that we need to break Ebola as soon as possible."

Ebola Virus

Ebola is a type of virus that causes serious illness in humans, after the virus is hit, 90% of people die in such cases. The first case of Ebola virus was found in Africa. There it was named Ebola due to the river named Ebola.

According to the World Health Organization, the main source of this virus is bat. Within 21 days of exposure, this virus is spread throughout the body, and in addition to contact with the person with Ebola, the virus takes its grip. The protein named cytokine comes out of the body of the person infected with the virus.

Due to this disease in 2014, about 930 people died in Africa. At present, there is no threat to this virus in India, but this virus in Africa is still killing people. There is no cure for this virus. Work is being done to make this comment.

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