Access to OUP Ebola resources extended and updated

As the Ebola crisis has deepened, Oxford University Press has announced that it is extending and updating global free access to Ebola resources through the end of 2015.
Following the World Health Organization’s declaration of an international public health emergency in August, the Press offered three months’ free access to 50 articles across its online products and journals to researchers, healthcare workers, and policymakers in their search for effective treatment and prevention in the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
The Press also began updating with new resources as they became available.
A full list of free articles can be found on the Oxford University Press website​.

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