1. On Liberian Ebola survivor Mamadee, 11 years-old, and the treatment he received.
"The doctors treated him with multivitamins, paracetamol, oral rehydration solution, antibiotics and with antimalarial pills, as Mamadee had also tested positive for malaria. "
2. On American doctor Dr Kent Brantly, first-known American survivor of Ebola
"On Thursday [July 31st, 2014] Brantly was given a shot at survival: a 14-year-old male Ebola patient who had been under Brantly’s care, and survived, donated a “unit of blood” to Brantly, according to Samaritan’s Purse President Franklin Graham. “The young boy and his family wanted to be able to help the doctor that saved his life.” "
3. On second American doctor Rick Sacra treatment
"The humanitarian organization confirmed that a unit of Dr. Kent Brantly’s “convalescent serum”— which could be described as similar to blood plasma— has been donated to treat American Rick Sacra. Brantley and Sacra have the same blood type. Officials at Nebraska Medical Center confirmed with FoxNews.com that 51-year-old Sacra received two transfusions at the hospital since Brantly made the donation on Friday."