NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The Paul G. Allen Ebola Program today announced it has awarded three grants totaling $6.9 million to fund the development of new diagnostic tools.

In total, the program awarded seven grants totaling $11 million to address inadequacies in infrastructure, data coordination, and diagnostics.

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