As Ebola Takes Global Spotlight, Other Diseases Garner Less Attention
Washington Post: How Ebola is stealing attention from illnesses that kill more people
“The Ebola virus has killed more than 2,100 people in four West African nations, and it has left the international community scrambling to contain it. But as deadly diseases go, Ebola isn’t nearly as contagious as tuberculosis, which can be spread through the air. And it isn’t as deadly as HIV/AIDS…” (Phillip, 9/5).