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Medicine: Ebola Virus / Frieden Interview / A Discussion #1073264

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 14, 2014
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(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) WHO numbers on the Ebola outbreak cases in west Africa cited; details given about the death of a German health worker & a CDC response team.

(Dallas: Anderson Cooper, Elizabeth Cohen) The medical condition of Dallas nurse Nina Pham, who contracted Ebola from patient Thomas Duncan, who died, Pham's blood transfusion discussed; Pham's statement quoted.

(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) An earlier interview held with CDC director Dr. Tom Frieden about the Dallas Ebola story. [FRIEDEN - says we are not sure how Pham became infected; explains new CDC on-site procedures.]

(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.


(Dallas: Sanjay Gupta) Yesterday's report on the process of suiting up according to CDC protocols & then taking off the suit re-presented; scenes shown of ways for possible exposure.

(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Dr. Gupta & former CDC disease detective Seema Yasmin about Ebola. [GUPTA - comments on the process of covering up the skin in the manner in which Doctors Without Borders prepare.] [YASMIN - comments on infection control at the Dallas hospital.]

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