Liberia says U.S. authorities allow use of experimental Ebola drug
MONROVIA/DAKAR - U.S. authorities have approved a request from Liberia's government to send sample doses of the experimental ZMapp drug to treat Liberian doctors infected with Ebola, the Liberian presidency said.
A statement on the Liberian presidency's website said the drug would be delivered to the West African country this week by a U.S. government representative.
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