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Emory is the only university in Georgia and one of only three in the Southeast to earn the top ranking from Campus Pride, a national LGBT educational nonprofit.
Emory's highly contained unit and highly trained staff offer care to two Americans who contracted Ebola while helping those stricken with the disease in Africa.
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"We need to think about how political and social conditions shape communities' responses to disease and intervention. Such analyses might help people outside of West Africa be more empathetic to countries confronting this outbreak and lead to better partnerships to help combat Ebola."
- Pamela Scully, professor of women's, gender and sexuality studies and African studies