Peter Piot, who discovered Ebola, describes trying to contain an outbreak of the disease

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In an interview from July 2014, Peter Piot, now Director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, explains the part of the process of containing an outbreak.

In 1976, Piot helped to bring to an end to the first known outbreak of Ebola in Zaire.

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J C says:

what injections were they given and why? and why did they have such a limited supply of needles, this is absolutely disgraceful! Something is very, very wrong with this story!!!!!

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