The first batch of experimental Ebola drugs has arrived in Liberia to treat sufferers, including two doctors, who have contracted the deadly virus, government officials said.
The drug, called ZMapp, was transported in white boxes on a commercial flight, a witness told Reuters.
Officials confirmed it will be taken to the John F. Kennedy Memorial hospital in the capital and administered to African doctors Zukunis Ireland and Abraham Borbor.
So far the drug has only been tested on monkeys but two US aid workers have shown signs of improvement after being given it and the World Health Organisation (WHO) has ruled it is ethical.
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