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We're beginning with a possible case of Ebola in the biggest city in America. A doctor in New York who treated Ebola patients in West Africa became ill today and has been admitted to a hospital. Our chief medical correspondent, Dr John LaPook, is here. And John, what have you learned? Scott? We should emphasize the patient is awaiting test results, so we don't know if he has Ebola. What makes this different from other cases that I've turned out to be false alarms? Is this patient reportedly retu...
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