An African doctor who received the experimental anti-Ebola drug ZMapp has died

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Despite having recently received a dose of the experimental anti-ebola drug ZMapp, a Liberian doctor died on Sunday, reports Front Page Africa and the BBC. Abraham Borbor was an internist and one of three African physicians who were injected with ZMapp in mid-August. The news casts a shadow over last week’s announcement that the two Americans who have been treated with the drug on US soil were released from the hospital last week.

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