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An international partnership seeks African leadership to organize information about the disease.

Ebola virus

More than 11,000 people died when Ebola tore through West Africa, and yet clinicians still cannot reliably identify the disease when a person walks into a clinic. To fill that gap before the next outbreak hits, IDDO is developing a platform to share Ebola data that have so far been scattered beyond reach.

The full story is available on the Nature website