ABC News's Dr. Richard Besser talks to Texas Presbyterian Health's Dr. Daniel Varga on the Ebola misdiagnosis.
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Nurses at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital speak out about Ebola.
When Louise Troh, the fiancee of Ebola victim Thomas Duncan, emerged from a three week quarantine today she reached both hands up to heaven and said, ???Praise to God."
Nigeria is now Ebola-free, the World Health Organization says.
Thomas Eric Duncan's family and friends were allowed to leave the quarantined apartment.
News that two nurses contracted Ebola in the United States has a few Americans on edge, but there are a few Ebola facts to calm your nerves.
Ryan Chukuske never imagined eight years ago that he would run a marathon, let alone one twice in one day. But the Minnesota runner proved that wrong Sunday, running 52.4 consecutive miles in the Mankato Marathon. Mankato is 26.2 miles long.
George Mason of Wilshire Baptist Church says Duncan's fiancee doesn't blame the hospital for his death.
The fiancee of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first man in the United States to die of Ebola, released a statement Sunday thanking Dallas health care workers and officials and hoped "that God will bring healing to all in our community soon".
Lab technician connected to the treatment of Dallas Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan.
ABC News chief medical editor Dr. Richard Besser talks with former Ebola patient Dr. Kent Brantly.
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A Dallas health care worker who handled clinical specimens from an Ebola-infected patient is on a cruise ship in the Caribbean - with the worker self-quarantined and being monitored for signs of infection, the State Department said in a statement.
The Dallas nurses who contracted Ebola while treating a patient at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital have been moved from the building, but patients are still steering clear of the once-bustling hospital.
The presence of a woman who helped care for an Ebola patient who died has left a Caribbean cruise ship unable to dock at foreign tourist ports and is now heading back to Texas.
Hospital workers who treated the Ebola patient who died at a Texas hospital are being asked to stay away from any public space for 21 days.
Dr. Richard Besser gives a timeline for when we can expect an Ebola vaccine.
Dr. Richard Besser gives the pros and cons for Ebola screening at all airports.
Dr. Jay Varma explains if our seaports are safe from Ebola.
Dr. Jay Varma explains what precautions you should take when using public transportation.
Dr. Richard Besser gives his take on the CDC winning back the public's trust.
Nurse Amber Vinson did not directly call federal health officials for permission before boarding a passenger flight Monday, instead talking to a team in Texas that relayed her symptoms to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, her uncle told ABC News.
Several companies have products in development aimed at combating the virus that can lead to a deadly hemorrhagic fever. Before the outbreak, doctors generally used supportive care, including intravenous fluids and oxygen to help patients.
A look at Ebola treatment outside of West Africa.
Is America running out of specialized beds for Ebola patients?
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Dr. Richard Besser reports on the growing outbreak from Monrovia, Liberia.
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