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By Justin Scuiletti
Nurse Nina Pham, confirmed Monday as the health worker who tested positive for Ebola after caring for U.S. Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan, received a blood transfusion from an Ebola survivor and is reported to be “clinically stable.”…
By Stella M. Chávez, KERA
A little more than two weeks ago when Thomas Eric Duncan arrived in the U.S., he stayed at his girlfriend’s apartment in Dallas' Vickery Meadow neighborhood. Today, the ethnically diverse community of immigrants and refugees in the neighborhood learned of…
By News Desk
A spokesperson for the Dallas hospital where Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan was being treated has confirmed Wednesday that he has died.
By PBS NewsHour
By Lauren Silverman, KERA
Hospitals compete for patients, and Emergency Departments play a big role in business. So what happens to business when a hospital takes on a patient with Ebola? On Thursday afternoon, there was no wait time at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital’s…
In our news wrap Thursday, the leader of Hong Kong’s government defied calls for him to step down and warned protesters not to storm buildings. Gwen Ifill speaks with Demetri Sevastopulo on what’s driving young protestors. Also, as many as…
By Sarah McHaney
While the patient with Ebola remains in critical condition in Dallas, Texas, medical staff are tracing everyone who may have possibly been exposed to the infectious disease. There are around 100 people currently being monitored for symptoms and more may…
By Stella M. Chávez and Dianna Douglas, KERA
Ebola was the talk of Vickery Meadow in northeast Dallas Wednesday. It’s a refugee-rich neighborhood with a significant West African population – and it’s where a man was visiting before he became the first person in the United States diagnosed…
By Ellen Rolfes
The first ever case of Ebola in the U.S. has been diagnosed in Dallas.
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