New York Times Examines Role, Approach Of MSF During Ebola Outbreak
New York Times: Doctors Without Borders Evolves as It Forms the Vanguard in Ebola Fight
“…The first to respond to the Ebola crisis in West Africa, Doctors Without Borders remains the primary international medical aid group battling the disease there. As local health systems have all but collapsed and most outside institutions, including the United States military, have yet to fulfill all their pledges of help, the charity has erected six treatment centers in West Africa, with plans for more. Its workers have treated the majority of patients, just as they have in previous Ebola outbreaks and some other epidemics in the developing world…” (Fink et al., 10/10).
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