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Medicine: Ebola Virus / US Patients / Pham, Vinson / A Discussion #1073340

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 16, 2014
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(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news that Dallas nurse Amber Vinson may have been showing Ebola symptoms before she flew & the transfer of Ebola patient Nina Pham to the National Insts. of Health in Maryland reported. [In interview, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital nurse Brianna AGUIRRE@- says the hospital did not train us procedure-wise.]

(Dallas: Anderson Cooper, Elizabeth Cohen) How the CDC let the workers who cared for Thomas Duncan monitor themselves, the problems for the Texas hospital discussed.

(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) What President Obama said about the Ebola issue introduced. [OBAMA - comments on a possible travel ban & its possible effectiveness.]

(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Elizabeth Cohen & Sanjay Gupta, former CDC disease detective Seema Yasmin & University of Texas school of public health Dr. Joseph McCormick about the Ebola story. [GUPTA - comments on the context of Vinson's travel.] [McCORMICK - comments on this failure of surveillance of patient Vinson by the Texas hospital that was not prepared.] [YASMIN - comments on CDC contact procedures in the Vinson case.] [COHEN - comments on the hospital not coming forward about what happened.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Elizabeth, Anderson Cooper,
Duration:
00:13:00

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