According to the World Health Organization, the Congress has begun a four-experiment drug assessment trial and safety evaluation, the first time scientists have compared these treatments directly.
On Monday, U.N. The health agency described it as a "step-by-step", "it would bring clarity about what works well." Currently, more than 160 people have been treated with these experimental drugs. Patients will not be treated before, but scientists will now have a clinical trial to collect data.
Testing drugs are three antigens for treatment and antiviral. Up to now, Congo has confirmed 346 Ebola cases and 175 deaths.
The occurrence has had security problems with some health workers who have been attacked by the rebels.