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Lesson from 3rd US Ebola survivor: Good care works

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While it's unclear if a seven-day course of Tekmira's Pharmaceuticals' experimental RNA interference medicine had a meaningful effect in curing Dr Rick Sacra from the Ebola virus, the University of Massachusetts assistant professor of family medicine and community health is convinced the good care he received at an Omaha, Nebraska hospital gave him the advantage patients in West Africa are not getting.

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