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Microscopic view of the Ebola virus.

Canada’s Minister of Health, Rona Ambrose, announced phase one for the clinical trials of Canada’s Ebola vaccine. The trial will be led by the Canadian Immunization Research Network (CIRN) at Halifax, Nova Scotia, according to a press release.

“Canada’s experimental Ebola vaccine is the result of years of research and hard work by Canadian scientists. The results of this clinical trial will offer us valuable data about the safety and effectiveness of our vaccine and will hopefully provide us with the information we need to proceed with further clinical trials in the countries most affected by Ebola,” said Dr. Gregory Taylor, Chief Public Health Officer of Canada.

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