The death toll from the Ebola virus in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone has risen to 467, out of 759 cases, according to the World Health Organization.
The figures include confirmed, probable and suspected cases.
A previous WHO update put the death toll at 399 as of June 23, out of 635 cases.
An infectious diseases doctor who contracted the Ebola virus at work in Guinea has spoken to ITV News about beating the disease.
Could the deadly virus which has killed over 400 people in West Africa spread to Britain and the rest of Europe?
The clinic in Guinea is fully aware of the deadly nature of the virus. On one side are the patients - on the other is the morgue.