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What could happen if the deadly Ebola virus made it to the United States? It's spreading rapidly in Liberia and many people are concerned that it could be on it's way to the United States.
American doctor Kent Brantley of North Carolina came down with ebola while attending to sick patients on a missions trip to Liberia. Brantley identified his symptoms early on, and placed himself in a voluntary quarantine. He's still in Liberia and out of reach of other people, but have any others come in contact with sick patients and come back home?
Another American, Patrick Sawyer was on his way home from caring for his sick sister in Libera, en route to Minnesota when he stopped for a layover in Lagos. Unknown to him, Sawyer had contracted Ebola from his sister. He was admitted into a Nigerian hospital before he died 5 days later.
Three days ago, Ebola had killed 672 people. Now, that number is 729. 57 more people died in under 72 hours. There is no known cure for the disease. The virus w
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