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It’s a dangerous virus which started in West Africa and can cause many individuals to suffer and perish in horrible ways said from Kids Health Scientists have not really found a cure which worries societies all over the world and believing that Ebola will cause an apocalypse said from Inquisitr The virus has wiped out over 2,000 souls in West Africa such as Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria and Senegal which has become a total outbreak.science in the news

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Although Scientists have found a potential cure for Ebola” said from Alex B. Berezow the author of Science alert They have precisely discovered a molecule in a secretive quarantined lab called BCX4430 shown below in Figure 5. It looks like Adenosine that makes up DNA and (said from Science alert again) is used in the genomes of RNA-based viruses, such as Ebola.” Said by Scientists have basically had organism trials with the molecule involving macaque monkeys.