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(Studio: Deborah Feyerick) A new case of Ebola in France and the condition of US patient Dr. Craig Spencer reported.
(Lausanne, Switzerland: Nic Robertson) A clinical trial on an Ebola vaccine featured; scenes shown of vaccine pouches in the lab beneath a Swiss hospital. [Trial VOLUNTEER – says she feels safe.] [Lausanne University Hospital Dr. Vincent MOOSER- says we are measuring antibodies.]
(Studio: Deborah Feyerick) Live conversation held with infectious diseases & public health specialist Dr. Celine Gounder and Homeland Security Assistant Secretary for Health Affairs Dr. Alexander Garza about the scramble to develop an Ebola vaccine. [GOUNDER – explains how a vaccine would be a game-changer in Africa; comments on whether people will be willing to take an experimental vaccine; says quarantine should be voluntary.] [GARZA – comments on the added push in the effort toward a vaccine after Ebola came to Western countries; comments on the drastic conditions in Africa compared to treatment in the US; expresses his view on quarantine.]
- Feyerick, Deborah;
- Robertson, Nic
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