Srinivas Murthy

University of British Columbia

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Assistant Professor of Critical Care at the University of British Columbia(Canada) and consultant to the World Health Organization in Liberia

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Ten thousand people – 70% of those infected -- have died of Ebola in West Africa, but experience in this country shows the virus is not a death sentence after all.

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Ten thousand people – 70% of those infected -- have died of Ebola in West Africa, but experience in this country shows the virus is not a death sentence after all.

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