Nature Magazine Outlines Challenges To Ending Ebola Epidemic

Nature: Six challenges to stamping out Ebola
“…Highlighting the precariousness of the current situation [in West Africa], on 20 February, the officials leading the United Nations’ Ebola response efforts warned that the gains of the past few months risked unraveling. Nature outlines six of the biggest challenges to stamping out Ebola … 1. Precarious progress … 2. Undetected transmission … 3. Shifting epidemiology … 4. Dangerous burials … 5. Money and staff … 6. Rain…” (Butler, 2/24).

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