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US Ebola disclosures get messy

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The ever-changing story from a Dallas, Texas hospital about why doctors and nurses misdiagnosed a patient later discovered to have Ebola – the first person ever reported to be diagnosed with the virus inside US borders – sheds light on the sometimes stickiness of communicating healthcare information, especially when a contagious deadly disease is involved.

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