Thomas Eric Duncan

As we begin a new year, we often discard the less important memories of the preceding year, but some events should never be forgotten. Remember Ebola?
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A suit against the Dallas hospital faced long odds due to the state's regulations on malpractice suits that have made it
Reuters could not independently verify the report. The law firm was not immediately available for comment. The hospital also
"We are grateful that two caregivers who shared the fight against this insidious virus are healthy,” wrote Barclay Berdan
The great American Ebola freakout of 2014 seems hardly warranted and only beneficial to those media outlets whose ratings are boosted by their own misleading and damaging coverage of the problem.
What we know right now is that personal protective equipment was distributed and used to treat Duncan; however even with the best intentions, accidents can happen.
For me, what is so ruthless about Ebola in particular, is the way it forces victims to anticipate death, be ostracized and feared and remain void of human touch and personal connection. My test results came back negative for Ebola. I had never been happier to have Malaria.
My prayers also with the families dealing with the deadly disease. At the same time, I must contrast that with the complete lack of national political will to deal with a very real and present pandemic: the public health crisis of gun violence.
The families of the Liberian man who died of Ebola earlier this month in Dallas, and one of the two nurses who contracted
"What people need most is for the church to reach out to them," Barry told HuffPost. "To be a voice of hope and calm and
As we face a plague that could spread with the scale and devastation of AIDS, Congress is once again playing partisan and petty politics.
National Nurses United also said that Duncan, who died from the deadly virus last week, "was left for several hours, not
Solon Middle School and Parkside Elementary School were closed as a precaution because an unnamed middle school staffer reportedly
Ebola is only contagious when a patient is symptomatic. Vinson's 99.5 degrees Fahrenheit fever wasn't high enough to be considered
When Thomas Eric Duncan, a visitor from Liberia, became ill in Dallas on September 24, he went, as many people do, to the local hospital emergency room. However, serious questions must be raised about what happened when he did.
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Story continues below the infographic. “We don’t have variation, [and] our teams aren’t tired when they’re at work,” said
Officials have identified Nina Pham as the Dallas nurse who is battling Ebola after treating a patient who died of the virus.
The identity of the Dallas health care worker who contracted Ebola after treating a patient who later died of the virus has