A Liberian doctor has died despite taking an experimental anti-Ebola drug, Liberia’s information minister says. Abraham Borbor was one of three doctors in Liberia who had been given ZMapp and was showing signs of recovery. ZMapp has been credited with helping several patients recover, including two US doctors.More than 1,400 people have died from Ebola this year in four West African countries – Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. Dr Borbor “was showing signs of improvement but he later took a turn for the worse,” Liberian Information Minister Lewis Brown had said.

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