An experimental Ebola drug, ZMapp, has cured all 18 of the laboratory monkeys infected with the deadly virus.
According to Reuters, these include those suffering the fever and hemorrhaging characteristics of the disease and had been hours from death.
Monkeys not treated until five days after infection also survived.
Reportedly, no other experimental Ebola therapy has shown such success in primates. Five days of infection in the animals has been said to be the equivalent of nine to 11 days after infection in humans. …
ZMapp has been described as a mix of three antibodies that bind to proteins on Ebola viruses and trigger the immune system to destroy them.
Since ebola is a product of the invisible empire’s bioweapons research conducted by south africa in the 1970’s (implausible deniability notwithstanding), this concoction should be public domain. It doesn’t sound difficult to manufacture.