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The Epidemic diseases Research Group Oxford ERGO showcased their recent research at the Natural History Museum in Oxford last Saturday. Younger and older visitors to the stall were welcomed by real live vectors of the diseases (camels, bats and mosquitoes) then asked if they would like to try one of the personal protective equipment (PPE) suits worn by the group during their recent clinical trial to find a drug to treat Ebola. The groups research on Ebola and Zika virus was also discussed.

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