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Medicine: Ebola Virus / US Patients / Pham / A Discussion #1073159

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 13, 2014
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(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Reports of another possible American Ebola patient in Kansas & the questions about a Dallas nurse who tested positive for Ebola after helping treat Thomas Duncan introduced.

(Dallas: Anderson Cooper, Elizabeth Cohen) The medical condition of Dallas nurse Nina Pham%, who received a blood donation from Dr. Kent Brantly & treatment at the Dallas hospital discussed.

(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) The reverse 911 call announcing the new Ebola patient played.

(Dallas: Gary Tuchman) Pham's Ebola case & the general Ebola issue examined; scenes shown of Pham's apartment building. [Neighbor Betsy BOLGER@- talks about Pham, her dog & her courage.] [Four neighborhood FOLK - react.] The whereabouts of Pham's dog discussed.

(Dallas: Anderson Cooper; Dallas: Sanjay Gupta) Live discussion held with CNN's Gupta, former CDC disease detective Seema Yasmin & Mt. Sinai Hospital Dr. Peter Shearer about Ebola. [GUPTA - says health care workers can get sick even wearing protective gear; notes the safety record for Doctors Without Borders in handling Ebola for decades; reacts to the nurses' view about safety protocols.] [YASMIN - comments on Ebola cases, quarantine for those like Dr. Nancy Snyderman.] [SHEARER - talks about the safety suits.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Elizabeth, Anderson Cooper,;
Tuchman, Gary;
Gupta, Sanjay

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