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Doctors in US, Africa Work to Contain Future Ebola Outbreaks

Thousands of people died during the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, but as memories fade and concerns about future outbreaks of that magnitude subside, health care specialists say the danger is not completely over. While the worst affected countries - Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone - have been declared free of the deadly virus, there have been some minor flare-ups. “The virus can hang around in the bodies of people who’ve survived Ebola and can then be spread to other people and start...

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