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Winnipeg lab created, tested Ebola drug ZMapp

Gary Kobinger works in a mobile laboratory installed by specialists of the National Public Health Agency of Canada, in Mweka, Congo, Friday, Sept. 28, 2007. The experimental Ebola drug ZMapp was able to save infected monkeys even when treatment was only begun five days after the animals were infected, a new study shows. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, WHO, Christopher Black, HO

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