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  • Dr. Jerry Brown. The Liberian surgeon, 46, turned his hospital's chapel into the country's first Ebola treatment center. The Ebola Fighters named the 2014 Person of the Year by TIME Magazine.
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  • Salome Karwah. An Ebola survivor, 26, lost both her parents to the disease and now counsels patients in Liberia. The Ebola Fighters named the 2014 Person of the Year by TIME Magazine.
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  • Foday Gallah. Nicknamed the "Miracle Man" by his neighbors, the Ebola survivor, 37, supervises an ambulance team in Monrovia. The Ebola Fighters named the 2014 Person of the Year by TIME Magazine.
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  • Ella Watson-Stryker. The 34-year-old American health educator for Doctors Without Borders has been helping fight Ebola in West Africa since March. The Ebola Fighters named the 2014 Person of the Year by TIME Magazine.
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  • Dr. Kent Brantly. The Texas physician, 33, was running an Ebola treatment center in Monrovia when he became the first American to be infected. The Ebola Fighters named the 2014 Person of the Year by TIME Magazine.
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  • Pope Francis named the 2013 Person of the Year by TIME Magazine
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  • President Barack Obama Pope named the 2012 Person of the Year by TIME Magazine
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  • This image released by Time Magazine shows the Person of the Year issue featuring "The Protester.", Dec. 14, 2011.
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