November 25, 2014, Updated November 26, 2014
As the world reels from the deadliest epidemic of ebola on record, scientists around the world are scrambling to find a vaccine or treatment. Israeli scientist, Dr. Leslie Lobel believes he may have the cure.
Lobel, of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev’s Center for Emerging Diseases, Tropical Diseases and AIDS came to the TLV1 Radio studio to talk with ISRAEL21c reporter Viva Sarah Press about the promising antibody therapy his team is developing against the virus, and about the hopes and fears of those living in the disease-stuck region of West Africa.
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