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Spread of Ebola Ends: 7 Lessons from a Devastating Epidemic

January 14, 2016

(Nature) – The epidemic has been one of the worst international health disasters in history: unprecedented in its duration as well as the number of people it infected and killed. Here are seven lessons that health officials and the world at large have learned from the harrowing event.

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