A team at Boston University has discovered a drug that is 100% effective at silencing the Ebola virus in Monkeys. Using a payload developed from the Ebola RNA protected in fat and nucleic acids, the drug binds to the Ebola replication machinery and prevents more Ebola from being produced. Fortunately and unfortunately, Ebola kills so fast that it can't spread effectively. This likely means that commercialization of this new drug technique will be impossible due to lack of funding.
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