Transcript for Tennessee Ebola Doctor Out of Africa and Into US
The pictures of dying patients and doctors in head to toe protective suits are alarming. The fatality rate for Ebola in West Africa right now is about 60%. -- -- -- -- Of course. I do come to tears when a patient so we'll have to speak with the family wouldn't counseled him after the death of the -- Morse town pediatrician doctor Alan Jamieson has traveled to disaster zones all over the world since he retired five years ago. When he got the call to treat Ebola patients in Liberia he didn't hesitate -- certain that bad doing it. It's that part of -- -- doctor Jamison was working in the same hospital eagle unit as American doctor -- Brantley who is now fighting the deadly disease himself in Liberia. Who rose who's become greater and greater than the concern is seeking the -- to contract. The infection. Probably clear I would not have the facilities available for a better level of YouTube killer very little -- please. The group doctor Jamison was volunteering with medical teams international decided to pull him out of the danger zone. I felt like had lived. -- I'm done. Doctor Jamieson says the American health care system is well prepared to treat any signs of -- that might surface in this country. The people -- state should be very thankful for the blessings that they now. Who -- and a great deal to -- another part of the world. And Marie I don't believe. The sheer. W Barack should be something that. Couldn't do we want -- who grew about their daily lives.
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