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Ebola: What The Experts Are Saying

This forum was created on August 28th, 2014. It's purpose is to allow infectious disease experts to 'weigh in' with any relevant comments on the day to day breaking news of the Ebola virus. (SCROLL DOWN FOR MOST RECENT NEWS)

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Professor Theo Kirkland, MD. (UCSD) **EBOLA Comments**

Source: Professor Theo Kirkland, MD (UCSD)**EBOLA Comments** (10/15/14)1) "The significant spread of Ebola in the US…Continue

Tags: Virulent Flu, Ebola Risk, ebola: what the experts are saying, ebola comments, ebola

Started by Theo N. Kirkland, M.D. Oct 15, 2014.

Possibility of Airborne Transmission of Ebola virus 1 Reply

The idea of the Ebola virus becoming airborne is not far-fetched and its ability to enter cells that line the trachea and lungs has been shown under controlled laboratory conditions, a Purdue…Continue

Tags: Purdue, Liberia, Ebola Outbreak, Ebola, David Sanders

Started by David Sanders. Last reply by Faculty Row Director Sep 23, 2014.

Professor David A. Sanders - Back to Ebola - (PURDUE Expert)

It is essential that any article on treatments/vaccines for Ebola accurately describe the nature of the treatment/vaccine, the stage of its development, the limits of its application, and the…Continue

Tags: Ebola: What The Experts Are Saying, Purdue, David A. Sanders, Back to Ebola

Started by David Sanders Aug 28, 2014.

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Comment by David Sanders on September 30, 2014 at 5:36pm

First case of Ebola virus identified in the United States.  Other patients with Ebola virus were previously intentionally transported to the United States.  There is no need for panic.  No personal or corporate travel plans should be altered.  Containment should be sufficient to prevent spread.  If only hospitals were as serious in containing nosocomial bacterial infections, we would all be better off.

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