Opinion Pieces Discuss Various Aspects Of Ebola Epidemic

Huffington Post: It’s Young Girls and Women on the Front Lines of the Ebola Crisis
Chernor Bah, global youth advocate

Livemint: India’s vulnerability against Ebola
Shyamal Banerjee, columnist

New York Times: CDC Ebola Guidelines Aren’t Good Enough for Some States
Philip Boffey, New York Times editorial writer

The Hill: Is the all-volunteer force all volunteered out?
Adrianna Domingos-Lupher, creator and editor-in-chief of NextGen MilSpouse

Huffington Post: Ebola Outbreak Highlights Struggle for Science in Africa and Inequalities in Global Health Research
Tamer Fouad, faculty fellow at the National Cancer Institute in Cairo

Washington Times: The coming Ebola election bounce
Mary Claire Kendall, former special assistant to the assistant secretary for health in the George H.W. Bush administration

Washington Times: Ebola response ignores history’s lessons
Robert Knight, senior fellow for the American Civil Rights Union and columnist for the Washington Times

Washington Post: Good for you, Kaci Hickox
Ruth Marcus, opinion writer

Huffington Post: Critical Key to Stopping Ebola? Mobile Phones
Maura O’Neill, former chief innovation officer and senior counselor to the administrator at USAID

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