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An executive of the hospital where the first U.S. Ebola death occurred describes the initial response and staffers' morale since two nurses fell sick.
Alarmed at learning that nurses in Dallas didn’t know how to protect themselves from a patient infected with Ebola, the CDC plans to issue guidelines.
Indiana company sees huge spike in orders for protective medical gear as a result of increasing concerns over Ebola. WTHR's Rich Van Wyk reports.
A Texas health care worker who may have handled clinical specimens from an Ebola victim is on a cruise ship and has been quarantined.
The virologist who co-discovered the Ebola virus nearly 40 years ago says the international response to the ongoing outbreak was too slow.
Dr. Chris Braden of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says Amber Vinson did not have typical symptoms of Ebola when she was in Ohio.
Officials say she didn't show classic symptoms but may have been sick, and thus contagious, as early as Friday, Oct. 10, when she flew to Ohio.
The Ebola crisis has Americans asking who’s leading the response, and the answer might surprise many.
National Institutes of Health officials hold a news conference on Nina Pham, the Ebola-stricken nurse was moved to Maryland.
A Texas health care worker who may have handled clinical specimens from an Ebola victim is on a cruise ship in the Caribbean and has been quarantined.
Texas nurse Nina Pham was in good spirits as she prepared for her trip to the National Institutes of Health facility in Maryland.
From the Oval Office, President Obama talks about the importance of confront Ebola at the source in Africa and explains why he is not implementing a travel ban.
Researchers at Tulane University are working to develop a blood test that could detect the Ebola virus in a matter of minutes. WDSU's Gina Swanson reports.