CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 27, 2014
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(Washington: Mark Alberts) The infection in west Africa of two US citizens with the Ebola virus and concerns about the spread of the disease to other African countries examined; photos shown of the victims aid workers Nancy Whitebol and Dr. Kent Brantly; Ebola statistics cited. [Samaritan's Purse vice president Ken ISAACS - talks about their medical condition.] [Vanderbilt University Dr. William SCHAFFNER - calls it a "very dangerous infection."]
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