(Newsweek) Doctors and experts say another Ebola outbreak is "inevitable", unless the international community unites around a long-term, common approach to combat the disease in the future and substantial investment is made into the health services of affected developing countries.
Although reports of new cases of Ebola have been reduced to around 100 a week in the West African countries so ravaged by the disease that it was declared a health emergency last August, medical and aid organizations are clear that the Ebola crisis isn’t over yet.
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There were 9,936 reported cases of Ebola and 4,877 deaths caused by the virus in 2014 according to official figures released by the World Health Organization