As an investigation into an Ebola family cluster in Liberia's capital continues, the World Health Organization (WHO) said today that no other cases have been detected anywhere else in West Africa, except for the three recently reported cases. But another United Nations (UN) agency revealed that the mother of the first patient in the cluster showed signs of an earlier infection.
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