Guinea's Ebola Outbreak – Up Close and Personal | MSF

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Following an outbreak in Guinea March 2014, MSF doctors have been working to contain this deadly virus in projects across the country. Carissa and Rob have been treating patients on a daily basis and have seen first-hand what happens when someone is struck down by this devastating illness. Despite the high mortality rate, there is hope and Carissa and Rob have seen a number of people leave our projects healthy. SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://bit.ly/15M9M8v

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Comments

Clorissia says:

THEY'V E BEEN TAKING THE COVID VACCINE OUT THERE ….STOP BEING LAB RATS FOR WESTERN DEVILS

Soy Yui says:

What kind of specialty/masters should I get after med school to do this kind of job?

MrRedhawk16 says:

Keep up the good work

garbageday99 says:

this video was from may? I wonder what the status of this treatment center and people are now?

Chuma John says:

God bless Doctors without borders.

Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders says:

Following an outbreak in Guinea March 2014, MSF doctors have been working to contain this deadly virus in projects across the country. Carissa and Rob have been treating patients on a daily basis and have seen first-hand what happens when someone is struck down by this devestating illness. Despite the high mortality rate, there is hope and Carissa and Rob have seen a number of people leave our projects healthy.

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