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Dr. Selanikio: Not worried about widespread Ebola outbreak

Former CDC Epidemiologist Dr. Joel Selanikio efforts to contain Ebola.

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  1. Are U.S. hospitals prepared to deal with Ebola?

    Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths’ Betsy McCaughey on concerns about U.S. hospitals’ ability to deal with the Ebola virus.

  2. Are U.S. hospitals prepared to handle Ebola?

    Former Lt. Gov. of New York Betsy McCaughey on the CDC and the Ebola crisis.

  3. Is taking temperature to find Ebola effective?

    UCLA associate professor in epidemiology Anne Rimoin argues the likelihood of contracting Ebola of America is very low.

  4. Former FEMA Director: Americans are right to question the government

    Former FEMA Director Michael Brown on the government’s handling of the growing Ebola crisis.

  5. Hospitals ramping up efforts against Ebola

    Dr. Marc Siegel of the FOX News medical A-team explains how hospitals are preparing for Ebola.

  6. The difficulties in diagnosing Ebola

    UNC School of Medicine’s Dr. William Fischer on the challenges diagnosing and treating Ebola.

  7. Preventing growth of the Ebola epidemic

    Columbia University professor Dr. Stephen Morse and Dr. Tim Flanigan of Brown University School of Medicine discuss the Ebola threat in America.

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