Ebola Strains West Africa’s Health Care Infrastructure, Ebola Expert Says

Scientific American: How Ebola Strains West Africa’s Infrastructure
“Ebola has pummeled health care systems in West Africa and laid bare health infrastructure issues that may not have otherwise been so readily apparent. It has also prompted aid organizations and governments to do some soul-searching about what should be done to prepare for the future. … [The magazine interviews] Ebola expert Daniel Bausch, a professor in the Department of Tropical Medicine at Tulane University, [who] has been consulting with groups including the World Health Organization to ramp up its Ebola response…” (Maron, 11/7).

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