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Ebola Researchers Race to Slow Epidemic

As it stands now, treating Ebola-infected people is a race against time.     It is a race that 44-year-old Martin Salia, a native of Sierra Leone, lost this week when he died very shortly after being flown from Sierra Leone to the United States for treatment.    Salia was the chief medical officer and surgeon at the Kissy United Methodist Hospital in Sierra Leone’s capital, Freetown, where he contracted Ebola.  By the time he arrived at a specialized treatment...

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