Women walk past a slogan painted on a wall reading "Stop Ebola" in Monrovia August 31, 2014. (AFP Photo/Dominique Faget)
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Eight experimental treatments and two vaccines for Ebola were on the table Thursday as 200 health experts met to discuss how to end the world's worst-ever outbreak of the killer virus.No fully tested and approved treatments or vaccines exist for Ebola, which has killed more than 1,900 people in West Africa since the beginning of the year.In a working document for the closed-door meeting, the U.N. health agency listed eight potential therapies, including the experimental drug ZMapp, which has been given to a handful of frontline health workers who have contracted Ebola, three of whom have recovered, and two of whom have died.
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