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Medicine / Ebola Virus #1080293

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Oct 11, 2014
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(Studio: Ana Cabrera) Live telephone conversation held with CNN correspondent Isa Soares† about the treatment of Spanish nurse Teresa Romero††, who has Ebola. [From Madrid, voice of SOARES – describes Romero’s condition and treatment with the drug avigan; comments on the possible use of ZMab; notes the treatment of a French nurse who was working in Liberia; comments on a nurse who tested negative for Ebola.]

(New York: Alison Kosik) The screening of passengers for Ebola at US airports featured; map shown of Ebola hot zones. [CDC infectious disease specialist Dr. Martin CETRON†- says we can’t get the risk to zero.]

Cabrera, Ana;
Kosik, Alison

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