The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has caused quite a stir, inciting fear globally and dangerous panic in some infected areas.  There are now over 3000 people infected and more than 1500 have died, making this the worst Ebola outbreak in history.   To make matters worse, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said it could last another six to nine months, with the potential for cases to exceed 20,000. With human testing planned for a new possible vaccine, and the experimental treatment ZMapp showing promising results in monkeys, there is hope of a breakthrough to prevent future outbreaks.  But