The Canadian Press

2014-08-12 | Ebola Drugs Ethics

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On August 12th, Ottawa said it would donate up to one-thousand doses of a made-in-Canada experimental Ebola vaccine to help in the West African outbreak just hours after the World Health Organization announced that a panel of experts it convened had decided that it would be ethical to use untested drugs and vaccine in the epidemic. Deputy Head Doctor Gregory Taylor said the agency was working out the details of how to deploy the vaccine, but felt it should be used.

Date: 2014-08-12
Placeline: OTTAWA, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 23 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << we see the vaccine were holding as a global Resorts and we're talking with our partners in the who the American partners are German partners and putting as a global resource to best utilize to help meet this outbreak and so we're very very keen to do that so we want to keep a little bit of the supply in in Canada in case we need it but we certainly are putting on the global stage and see it as part of the Global Response >>