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Taking on Ebola

Find out how and why patients infected with Ebola virus were brought for treatment in the Serious Communicable Disease Unit at Emory University Hospital—and meet the people who helped them survive. 

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Ebola Virus

Prelude: Moving Targets

Until late July, Ebola virus disease had not been treated in the United States. The outbreak in West Africa was bad and getting worse, and concern was mounting among public health officials, but it was not yet making headlines here. That changed on the morning when American physician and missionary Kent Brantly woke up in Monrovia, Liberia, feeling sick and scared. Read more

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