NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 07, 2014
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(Atlanta: Kate Snow) A state of emergency in Liberia due to Ebola crisis reported; scenes and pictures shown of Ebola-affected patients and the medevac of Spanish priest; message of victim’s relative David Writebol quoted. [Samaritan’s Purse vice president Ken ISSACS, Liberian journalist Alaskai Moore JOHNSON- comment on the disease spread in West Africa and the warnings.] [NBC’s chief medical editor Dr. Nancy SNYDERMAN- speaks on experimental drugs.] [CDC director Dr. Tom FRIEDEN- comments on the fight against Ebola.] CDC’s monitoring of all Ebola cases noted.
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