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I tend to get asked daily about the concern I have regarding the recent Ebola case that showed up in Dallas, TX which is about three hours from my home. I usually count to ten silently, and then try
Kudos to clinical microbiologist and professor,Dr. Rodney Rohde for "Ebola Perspective, please..." An excellent perspective on a public health issue provoking much concern and discussion. Indeed a "must read!"
First World Health Organization worker stricken with Ebola Q13 FOX “UK hospitals have a proven record of dealing with imported infectious diseases and this patient will be isolated and will receive the best care possible,” said deputy chief medical...
November 9, 2014 - Thrilled for the opportunity to share my 3D virtual world laboratory training, career awareness, and information-sharing project entitled, "Virtual Laboratory Training, Career Recruitment and Retention (VLTC) Project" at the 2nd annual Opensimulator Community Conference. The presentation was streamed live and recorded. You are invited to watch the entire recorded presentation (40-45 minutes) at your convenience. Please feel free to use and/or share the Ustream link: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/55194731.
Published on Oct 8, 2014 Go inside the Emergency Operations Center at the CDC, the information hub where doctors and scientists are at the front lines of the effort to contain and control the Ebola virus. The NewsHour’s Kathleen McCleery reports from Atlanta on the challenges of keeping up with the fast-moving epidemic.
By HHS Press Office Cross-posted from HHS.gov News Editor’s Note: Tuesday afternoon at the CDC in Atlanta, President Obama announced a major increase in U.S. efforts to help the international community fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
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