World Health Organization (WHO) Ghanaian director-general Anarfi Asamoa-Baah speaks next to WHO French Assistant Director-General for Health Systems and Innovation Marie-Paule Kieny at the opening of a two-day meeting on consultation on potential Ebola therapies and vaccines on September 4, 2014 in Geneva. Some 200 experts will meet on September 4 and September 5 in Geneva to review experimental treatments against the Ebola virus that continues to spread in West Africa. (Photo: AFP/Fabrice Coffrini)
There is still no supply of some of the most promising drugs to treat the Ebola virus. The manufacturer of one of those drugs called ZMapp said a new supply should be available in a matter of weeks.
That supply is expected to be very small, being just about a dozen doses or less. CCTV America’s James Chau reports from the World Health Organization summit in Geneva.
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