Emergency Health Infrastructure Important To Combating Future Ebola Outbreaks, Study Shows

Xinhua News: Ebola deaths preventable with more emergency health facilities: Aussie researchers
“Australian researchers in an international-led study have found that emergency health facilities could hold the key to increasing the survival rate of Ebola patients. University of Queensland (UQ) epidemiologist Dr. Ricardo Soares Magalhaes said … setting up emergency infrastructure was key in combating future outbreaks and reducing the number of deaths from patients contracting the disease…” (10/17).

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