Ebola vaccine trial in England
OXFORD, ENGLAND- Britain's Oxford University is tarting the first trial of a vaccine to treat the deadly Ebola Virus.
Researchers say they hope to vaccinate 72 healthy adults by the end of the month.
The university says no one will be infected with the virus during the trial.
The vaccine is being developed by the Janssen Pharmaceuticals division of Johnson and Johnson.
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