Dr Jules Konundouno (left) and Fanta Camara
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Ebola survivors offer 'glimmer of hope' in Guinea

Preparations are under way in Guinea to start unprecedented clinical trials to try to find a cure for Ebola.

The medical charity Medicines Sans Frontieres will host the studies in three of its Ebola treatment centres in West Africa from next month.

One of the trials involves using blood donated by Ebola survivors to treat sick patients.

Two Ebola survivors in Guinea, Dr Jules Konundoung and Fanta Camara, have been telling the BBC's Tulip Mazumdar how they hope to ease the Ebola crisis in their country.

  • 24 Nov 2014
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