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Cephas’s Survival: “It’s Always a Good Day When a Cured Ebola Patient Goes Home” | Ebola Videos

Cephas’s Survival: “It’s Always a Good Day When a Cured Ebola Patient Goes Home”

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I’ve never had a job like this,” explains California nurse Audrey Rangel from inside the Ebola treatment unit (ETU) in Bong County, Liberia in October 2014….


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Interview Girl says:

STORY OF THE DAY: Thanks to nurses like Audrey Rangel, patients in Liberia
are winning the fight against Ebola. http://ow.ly/CY2op

C.C. Chapman says:

A personal look at a volunteer nurse on the front line of the #Ebola fight.

“I’ve never had a job like this,” explains California nurse Audrey Rangel
from inside the Ebola treatment unit (ETU) in Bong County, Liberia in
October 2014. Audrey’s days are spent on the front lines of the Ebola
response, suiting up in protective gear and caring for the sick. Even as
she roots for survivors, she admits that its easy to get attached to her
patients: “For some reason you’re sad to see them go.” This short film
blends an intimate look at life in an ETU with a powerful story of
survival. The Bong County ETU is run by International Medical Corps and
supported and funded by USAID and the American people.

Christopher Garriga says:

Thank you Nurse Rangel and all the first responders, you’re an inspiration.
For more information on Ebola and other resources for first responders,
might I recommend Relief Central (relief.unboundmedicine.com). It’s free,
and ad free, and we just added an updated detailed section on Ebola.

usbotschaft says:

“I’ve never had a job like this,” explains California nurse Audrey Rangel
from inside the #Ebola treatment unit (ETU) in Bong County, Liberia in
October 2014. Audrey’s days are spent on the front lines of the Ebola
response, suiting up in protective gear and caring for the sick. Even as
she roots for survivors, she admits that its easy to get attached to her
patients: “For some reason you’re sad to see them go.” This short film
blends an intimate look at life in an ETU with a powerful story of
survival. The Bong County ETU is run by International Medical Corps and
supported and funded by USAID and the American people.

Michael Dziura says:

A personal look at a volunteer nurse on the front line of the #Ebola fight.

“I’ve never had a job like this,” explains California nurse Audrey Rangel
from inside the Ebola treatment unit (ETU) in Bong County, Liberia in
October 2014. Audrey’s days are spent on the front lines of the Ebola
response, suiting up in protective gear and caring for the sick. Even as
she roots for survivors, she admits that its easy to get attached to her
patients: “For some reason you’re sad to see them go.” This short film
blends an intimate look at life in an ETU with a powerful story of
survival. The Bong County ETU is run by International Medical Corps and
supported and funded by USAID and the American people.

Farnum Smart says:

I think it is strange that there is no footage of this disease/virus and
the effects it has on the human body. This could be a government hoax.

stuart sia says:

Beautiful and inspiring. So moved.

Jason Fletcher says:

translation on the singing?

Interview Girl CATHOLIC : Sharing Inspiring CATHOLIC Stories says:

STORY OF THE DAY: Thanks to nurses like Audrey Rangel, patients in Liberia
are winning the fight against Ebola. http://ow.ly/CY2op

U.S. Embassy Abidjan says:

#Ebola: des patients guéris aux Liberia: http://youtu.be/mkoT2LuFc8Q #CIVUSA
#CI225

Make Wonders Work says:

A personal look at a volunteer nurse on the front line of the #Ebola fight.

“I’ve never had a job like this,” explains California nurse Audrey Rangel
from inside the Ebola treatment unit (ETU) in Bong County, Liberia in
October 2014. Audrey’s days are spent on the front lines of the Ebola
response, suiting up in protective gear and caring for the sick. Even as
she roots for survivors, she admits that its easy to get attached to her
patients: “For some reason you’re sad to see them go.” This short film
blends an intimate look at life in an ETU with a powerful story of
survival. The Bong County ETU is run by International Medical Corps and
supported and funded by USAID and the American people.

John Rangel says:

so proud

OSCAR FREDY POSSO VITALI says:

AUDREY RANGEL, A NURSE OF BONG COUNTY EBOLA TREATMENT IN SUAKOKO LIBERIA
HAS SAID THE IN THE INNER OF HER PERSONEL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT, PPE; SHE
FEEL THE SAFETY.

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