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Experimental Ebola Vaccine Reveals a Market Solution in the Developing World

An Ebola vaccine was in the works well before the recent outbreak, but it was shelved because there was a lack of a market. A few simple reforms are bringing it along. Had they come sooner, maybe some lives could have been saved. Read more at The Sunwater Institute.

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