The Emory Healthcare team has determined that both patients have recovered from the Ebola virus and can return to their families and community.
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Paul Root Wolpe is the director of the Center for Ethics at Emory. His teaching and publications range across multiple fields of bioethics and sociology, including death and dying, genetics and eugenics, sexuality and gender, mental health and illness, alternative medicine, and bioethics in extreme environments such as space.
Q&A from Emory Healthcare physicians on Ebola
Physicians at Emory University Hospital recently spoke at a press briefing about Ebola patients being treated in a special isolation facility. Watch highlights of their remarks.
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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