Why You're Not At All Very Likely to "Catch" Ebola

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A very smart Texas doctor explains in easy-to-understand terms how the Ebola virus spreads and why most Americans aren’t at risk of getting the disease.

Robert W. Haley, MD, is Professor of Internal Medicine and Director of the Division of Epidemiology in the Internal Medicine Department at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas and holder of the U.S. Armed Forces Veterans Distinguished Chair for Medical Research Honoring America’s Gulf War Veterans. He is also a Past President of the Dallas County Medical Society. Read his bio: http://profiles.utsouthwestern.edu/profile/12888/robert-haley.html.

Dr. Haley here is answering the very first question posed at the Dallas Town Hall Meeting on Ebola sponsored by the Dallas County Medical Society and WFAA-TV. Watch video of the full Town Hall Meeting: http://www.meandmydoctor.com/2014/10/watch-yesterdays-ebola-town-hall-meeting.html


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