As Liberia’s Ebola Crisis Ends, Cases Of TB, Other Infectious Diseases Rise

STAT News: As Ebola wanes, a spike in infectious diseases sweeps through Liberia
“The Ebola crisis here may be over, but its impact can be seen at health clinics across the country. Running water is sporadic. Drugs are in short supply. And with the medical system still reeling, Liberia is now recording a spike in cases of tuberculosis and other treatable infections…” (Thomas, 3/16).

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