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“Liberians are not a virus” – fighting Ebola stigma

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“Ebola does not look for a specific group of people to prey on.” Continue reading

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New York’s “Little Liberia” faces Ebola stigma


African immigrants in the U.S. are facing stigma amid the intensifying Ebola outbreak across the Atlantic Ocean in their home country. Continue reading

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CDC racing to stop Ebola


The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is working to contain the Ebola virus in West Africa and prevent further deaths. Continue reading

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How can the U.S. help fight Ebola?


An unprecedented outbreak of Ebola disease in West Africa is drawing an international response and has raised questions about what the U.S. can do to help. Continue reading

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Experimental Ebola drug raises hopes, ethical questions


The World Health Organization has approved an experimental drug to treat the largest-ever outbreak of Ebola, but doses are running out. Continue reading

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