The World Health Organization recently warned that the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the worst on record, could infect more than 20,000 people. The death toll so far has been estimated at more than 1,900. Infectious disease specialist and Midday on Health contributor Dr. John Cmar assess the outbreak and its ramifications for infectious disease control. We're also joined by Suzanne Van Hulle, senior technical advisor with Catholic Relief Services, who has been monitoring the situation there since the outbreak began in March.
Midday on Health: Ebola
By Dan Rodricks & Nikki Gamer • Sep 4, 2014