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CRAIG SPENCER EBOLA
Having and Fighting Ebola: Public Health Lessons From a Clinician Turned Patient
Associate Professor of Medicine at Columbia University Medical...
Proven, science-based protocols worked for me, and it has worked for hundreds of my colleagues who have returned from this and past Ebola outbreaks without infecting anyone.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes Rips Media For Ebola Panic
Hayes is not alone on the topic of Ebola fear-mongering. Since the news of the disease first began to ripple through America
New York City Is Now Ebola-Free
In what he said will be his only public statement, Spencer thanked Bellevue staff members for their "tremendous care and
Craig Spencer Declared Free Of Ebola, Will Be Released From Hospital
Spencer, 33, had been working with Doctors Without Borders until last month treating Ebola patients in Guinea. He returned
New York Ebola Patient Craig Spencer Enters Next Phase Of Illness
Spencer had been treating patients for the disease with Doctors Without Borders in Guinea and was admitted to Bellevue Hospital
Congress Says The CDC Can't Be Trusted On Ebola
Nevertheless, many members of Congress declared that the government's response to Ebola has been a failure. "I don't think
It Takes A Special Ambulance Crew To Respond To A Potential Ebola Patient
“They spray them down with a combination of bleach and water," Miranda told the Daily News. "They cut the suits from behind
Most New Yorkers Aren't Freaking Out About Ebola, So You Shouldn't Either
Read more from HuffPost on Ebola: The Uncensored Reality Of Covering Ebola As A Journalist All The Times The World Tried
A Timeline Of New York City's First Ebola Case
The Gutter bowling alley voluntarily closes, writing on its Facebook page, "We are working with the NYC Health Department
Microbiologist: 'I Wouldn't Be Concerned At All' About Ebola In NYC
Robert Garry and Alice Park join HuffPost Live to explain why they aren't conerned about an ebola outbreak in New York City.
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Craig Spencer Tests Positive For Ebola In New York City
Three people Spencer had contact with since returning to the U.S. were to be quarantined and monitored. None were yet showing
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