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The mindset of Dr. Brantley is totally unselfish.  He would have stayed in East Africa and died there.  He knew the risk, the possibilities, and the sacrifice, still he went to help others.  He is a dedicated husband, father, and Christian with a heart to serve others.  He did that and is paying the consequences.  

What you are doing is passing censorious judgment upon someone that you do not know. To question the advisability of his return to the US is one thing, but to call his "selfish" and question his motivation and character is quit another.

So you know him personally?

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I will be going back to Emory next week for another Chemo Treatment. It is a wonderful facility. Also nice is that the CDC Headquarters is also in Atlanta.

 

It's my understanding that they will be treated at a special facility not at the Main Campus of Emory or Emory Midtown but close by.  I will talk with some of the staff up there and try to figure out where the facility is located and their status.

 

We keep them in our prayers.

Isn't that where the zombie apocalypse started in The Walking Dead? Hmmmmm Life imitating art? I feel for the victims of Ebola and their families, but this was one big stupid move bringing them here. Who's more important, two people with a deadly disease that's NEVER been on our soil before, or 350 million people who don't want that crap anywhere near them. Kudos to the missionaries, but if they catch the nasty while over in those God-forsaken crap-holes, let them stay there and protect the entire USA by so doing.

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Isn't that where the zombie apocalypse started in The Walking Dead? Hmmmmm Life imitating art? I feel for the victims of Ebola and their families, but this was one big stupid move bringing them here. Who's more important, two people with a deadly disease that's NEVER been on our soil before, or 350 million people who don't want that crap anywhere near them. Kudos to the missionaries, but if they catch the nasty while over in those God-forsaken crap-holes, let them stay there and protect the entire USA by so doing.

Well spoken.

I'm taking this move as the final proof Obama HATES America.

He is a racist, HATER and will stop at nothing to destroy this nation.

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So you know him personally?

I know people who know him.  The attend church with them in Fort Worth. 

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MOUNT SINAI PATIENT TESTED FOR EBOLA VIRUS
 
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Tim Fleischer reports from outside of the hospital.
 
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Mount Sinai Hospital is performing tests on a patient who had recently traveled to a West African country where Ebola has been reported, the hospital says. 

A male patient with high fever and gastrointestinal symptoms came to the hospital's emergency room on Monday morning, officials said. 

The hospital says the patient has been placed in strict isolation and is undergoing medical screenings to determine the cause of his symptoms. 

"All necessary steps are being taken to ensure the safety of all patients, visitors and staff. We will continue to work closely with federal, state and city health officials to address and monitor this case, keep the community informed and provide the best quality care to all of our patients," the hospital wrote in a statement.

Mt. Sinai is following what the Center for Disease Control recommended last week when they sent a Health Alert to doctors and hospitals.

Testing for Ebola is done at the CDC. According to a CDC spokesperson testing for Ebola takes 1-2 days after they receive the samples. The primary testing is PCR. This is performed on blood that has been treated to kill and live virus. So far CDC has tested samples from around 6 people who had symptoms consistent with Ebola and a travel history to the affected region.

ABC News' Dr. Richard Besser cautions, "Many things cause fever and gastrointestinal symptoms. The steps they are taking are wise given the travel history, but nothing about the symptoms is specific to Ebola."

 
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The Ebola virus causes a hemorrhagic fever that has sickened more than 1,300 people in Africa, killing more than 700 mostly in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. It is spread through direct contact with bodily fluids, such as blood or urine, unlike an airborne virus like influenza or the common cold. A person exposed to the virus can take up to 21 days to exhibit any symptoms, making it possible for infected travelers to enter the U.S. without knowing they have it.

Federal agents at U.S. airports are watching travelers from Africa for flu-like symptoms that could be tied to the recent Ebola outbreak, as delegations from some 50 countries arrive in the nation's capital for a leadership summit this week. Border patrol agents at Washington's Dulles International and New York's JFK airport in particular have been told to ask travelers about possible exposure to the virus and to be on the lookout for anyone with a fever, headache, achiness, sore throat, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain, rash or red eyes. 

"There is a screening process that individuals have to go through when they board aircraft departing the countries where this outbreak has been reported. There is additional screening that occurs when individuals who started in that region of the world arrive in this country," White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters. 

If a passenger is suspected of carrying the deadly virus, they would be quarantined immediately and evaluated by medical personnel, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which provided the additional training to local airports.

"There is always the possibility that someone with an infectious disease can enter the United States," CDC spokeswoman Barbara Reynolds said Monday. "The public health concern is whether it would spread, and, if so, how quickly.'"

While the CDC says it is not screening passengers boarding planes at African airports - the job of local authorities there - the center said it has encouraged vulnerable countries to follow certain precautions. Outbound passengers in the countries experiencing Ebola are being screened for fevers and with health questionnaires, Reynolds said.

Health officials say the threat to Americans remains relatively small, even with the uptick in travel this week between Africa and the United States. In the past decade, five people have entered the U.S. known to have a viral hemorrhagic fever, including a case last March of a Minnesota man diagnosed with Lassa Fever after traveling to West Africa.

http://7online.com/health/mount-sinai-patient-tested-for-ebola-virus/239663/

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It has been confirmed that it is airborne.


Well spoken.

I'm taking this move as the final proof Obama HATES America.

He is a racist, HATER and will stop at nothing to destroy this nation.

yep, and this is part of the plan.

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Ebola Diagnosis ‘Unlikely’ in New York Patient    

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New York Health Department officials said the patient had none of the known risk factors for Ebola

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A man who arrived at Mount Sinai hospital in New York City Monday with a high fever and stomach problems is unlikely to be suffering from the Ebola virus, the New York Health Department said.

The patient had been visiting a West African country where Ebola cases have been reported, but department officials said the patient had none of the known risk factors for Ebola.

 

“After consultation with CDC and Mount Sinai, the Health Department has concluded that the patient is unlikely to have Ebola. Specimens are being tested for common causes of illness and to definitively exclude Ebola,” it said in a statement.

 

At a press conference Monday, hospital representatives said they believed the patient was suffering from a more common condition than Ebola and hoped to have a specific diagnosis within the next 48 hours.

 

Africa is in the midst of the worst Ebola outbreak in history, with over 1,600 reported cases and over 887 deaths in Nigeria, Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.

 

Dr. David Reich, President and Chief Operating Officer at Mount Sinai told TIME that due to the recent Ebola news last week, over this past weekend, the hospital had reviewed and prepared for what it would do if it received a patient with Ebola, including immediate isolation and strict infection control procedures. “We are very pleased our staff reacted immediately based on their initial screening,” says Reich.

The hospital reported that the patient was being kept in isolation to prevent the spread of the deadly virus, and being tested to confirm whether his symptoms are from Ebola.

 

“All necessary steps are being taken to ensure the safety of all patients, visitors and staff,” Mt. Sinai said in a statement.

 

When it comes to infectious diseases, Reich says the hospital is well equipped, and experienced. “In terms of contagious disease, the measles is in many ways much more contagious than this,” he says.

Outside the hospital, doctors feel similarly confident in Mount Sinai’s abilities. “If that’s the true diagnosis, I hope the patient does well because it’s a devastating disease,” said Dr. Gustavo Fernandez-Ranvier, a metabolic surgeon at Mount Sinai. “But I’m not worried. People weren’t talking about it at all. There’s risk every day, and this is a great hospital.”

 

The patient was put in isolation within seven minutes of entering the hospital. Staff members asked all incoming patients about their symptoms and travel histories as a part of the hospital’s plan for a possible Ebola patient.

 

“Any advanced hospital in the U.S., any hospital with an intensive care unit has the capacity to isolate patients,” CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden told reporters late last week.

 

Because Ebola is not airborne and instead spreads through direct contact with bodily fluids like blood and saliva, the CDC has long assured Americans that even if there were to be a patient with Ebola in the United States (besides the two Americans with Ebola evacuated from West Africa), the risk for the disease spreading is minimal.

 

“We are confident that we will not have significant spread of Ebola, even if we were to have a patient with Ebola here,” Frieden said. “We work actively to educate American health care workers on how to isolate patients and how to protect themselves against infection.”

 

Unlike many health care workers in Western Africa, health care workers in U.S. hospitals have the resources to to keep themselves adequately protected while treating patients.

 

Ebola: The Deadly Virus Outbreak Explained

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This view may not be too popular but - If you are a doctor/pastor/aid worker going to hazardous countries or dealing with hazardous medical issues; you knew the risk BEFORE going into it. Do not bring it home!

 

You want to go to a Moslim country and preach the Bible - WHEN you are arrested - do not plead for help!

You are going into a country where there is a travel ban (N. Korea, Iran, Syria, etc) - do not plead for help!

You are a doctor going to a isolated country without proper medical care/facilities - do not plead for help!

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Where better to spread Ebola virus than Atlanta airport. Major hub...why didn't they land at a military base???? Unbelievable.  Makes you go hmmm.

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I will be going back to Emory next week for another Chemo Treatment. It is a wonderful facility. Also nice is that the CDC Headquarters is also in Atlanta.

 

It's my understanding that they will be treated at a special facility not at the Main Campus of Emory or Emory Midtown but close by.  I will talk with some of the staff up there and try to figure out where the facility is located and their status.

 

We keep them in our prayers.

 

Thank You Djgabrielie... Wishing you a safe journey and a speedy recovery.

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This view may not be too popular but - If you are a doctor/pastor/aid worker going to hazardous countries or dealing with hazardous medical issues; you knew the risk BEFORE going into it. Do not bring it home!

 

You want to go to a Moslim country and preach the Bible - WHEN you are arrested - do not plead for help!

You are going into a country where there is a travel ban (N. Korea, Iran, Syria, etc) - do not plead for help!

You are a doctor going to a isolated country without proper medical care/facilities - do not plead for help!

Are missionaries doing this?  NO.

Why should they plead for help?  Even when they are arrested and put in jail, which happens occasionally, they don't PLEAD to the public for help!  Most of them know what will happen and are resigned to their predicament.  All that responsibility falls back to the sending church.  

They pay their own insurance, travel, meals, hotel, and any other expenses.  They make the decision to go and do the work.  They should be given honor and respect for what they do, but for the most part, they don't care about those things.  They are willing to GO into those areas because they CARE (LOVE) about those they are going to serve or to teach the message of Christ.  Praise God for them!  They are FAR from being beggars.  God will honor such individuals.  

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Are missionaries doing this?  NO.

Why should they plead for help?  Even when they are arrested and put in jail, which happens occasionally, they don't PLEAD to the public for help!  Most of them know what will happen and are resigned to their predicament.  All that responsibility falls back to the sending church.  

They pay their own insurance, travel, meals, hotel, and any other expenses.  They make the decision to go and do the work.  They should be given honor and respect for what they do, but for the most part, they don't care about those things.  They are willing to GO into those areas because they CARE (LOVE) about those they are going to serve or to teach the message of Christ.  Praise God for them!  They are FAR from being beggars.  God will honor such individuals.  

 

Very Much Agreed Nelg... God Bless Them.

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The CDC is located less than five miles from Emory University on Clifton Road. I happened to drive by it yesterday. Nancy Writebol arrived here at Emory around 1300 hrs and is showing signs of improvement. Dr. Kent Brantley had arrived Saturday.  The nurses and staff here at Emory have been told not to talk about it. Anything will be released via hospital upper management. (No surprise there). I can actually see the building from Winship here at Emory and many went outside to watch Nancy's helicopter land.

 

Prayers to them and their families.

 

I am afraid we are going to see a hugh death toll in Africa.

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I'm going to add that if this virus is ONLY spread by bodily fluids (and I listened to a doctor who says that it has to be bodily fluid to bodily fluid, as in someone has a cut on their finger and touches someone who has blood on their arm and it is then transmitted) then I don't believe this nonsense for one minute!

 

How in the world have over 100 health care workers contracted it then? They have strict protocols that they follow and they know how deadly this thing is, so why wouldn't they follow them to a T? Obviously protocol has failed which means that their biohazard suits and rubber gear isn't enough to keep this at bay. Over 900 people have died already and this is the first time in recorded history that Ebola has been in the Western Hemisphere period and it was intentionally BROUGHT here!

 

The head of the CDC is saying it was the decision of the Christian Organization who these people worked for that they be sent back to the U.S. when questioned about it. Nice that he places the blame on them and doesn't mention the fact that our government organized the transfer and that something like this had to be okayed by someone other than a religious organization. Maybe by the CDC? or some other government agency?

 

Once contracted it can take up to 21 days to show any symptoms so, if just one infected person got on a plane and sweated all over the seat or maybe went to the restroom and threw up or washed some blood off their hand in the sink or had a sneezing attack and didn't cover their mouth, etc. etc... how many people could be possibly infected? How many of those infected would infect others before they even knew they were infected and so on? I am not being paranoid here but, people need to wake up! The CDC and our government, etc. know very well how dangerous it was to bring these individuals to the U.S. and they did it anyway. They did it intentionally... and don't say it was to SAVE these two workers lives because we know our president couldn't care less about saving lives, especially Americans. The number one doctor/specialist on Ebola in Africa died from it! How are all of these professionals getting it if it is only transmitted via bodily fluids? Things mutate all of the time and who is to say this wasn't done intentionally as well? Just a thought.

 

Oh yeah, and why in the hell does the CDC/U.S. government already own a patent on an Ebola strain? VERY disturbing!

 

I worry for those who are not covered in the blood of our precious savior and I pray for them, but if you are not under his protection then you should worry and worry a lot about this and all of the other stuff that is happening right now. Pay attention... Keep watch because the return of Yahushua Ha Mashiach/Jesus The Christ is drawing near.

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Holy Father bless you and keep you by his mercy and grace brother. I simply love

reading your opinion.

And according to Rush, Obama himself had to sign off on there return.

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Just so you know. . .  Third world countries are not equipped, trained, or have regulations that are anything like those in hospitals in the US.  They are always out of even the minimal meds to take care of patients.  To expect the same treatment with the elite staff and high tech equipment in these countries is a dream.  It tells me that some of those posting have no idea about medical services in third world nations.  You can have your opinion of what should be done, the treatment that should be given, and the personnel that should be treating people, but the reality of it all is that "it ain't gona' happen."  

The only place these mission workers can be treated is where they are right now.  The finest isolation facilities in the world are in Atlanta, and they will be there for awhile.  It IS the place they need to be.    

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Nelg, you make an extremely valuable point, however, it's the psychological aspects

that your failing to consider. And if this virus gets into the general population it's most

likely going to come from across the southern border. Nevertheless, if it gets into

the population everyone will forever blame Obama and the CDC.

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Just so you know. . .  Third world countries are not equipped, trained, or have regulations that are anything like those in hospitals in the US.  They are always out of even the minimal meds to take care of patients.  To expect the same treatment with the elite staff and high tech equipment in these countries is a dream.  It tells me that some of those posting have no idea about medical services in third world nations.  You can have your opinion of what should be done, the treatment that should be given, and the personnel that should be treating people, but the reality of it all is that "it ain't gona' happen."  

The only place these mission workers can be treated is where they are right now.  The finest isolation facilities in the world are in Atlanta, and they will be there for awhile.  It IS the place they need to be.    

 

I agree that they don't have the facilities or technology that we do but, they do have to follow strict protocols with Ebola and they are way more experienced in dealing with this virus than any other country, however, many of the healthcare workers are like these two and come from the U.S. and other countries... It is a very sad situation whatever the cause for the outbreak and the fact still remains that our government has now brought this virus to the U.S.

 

Also wanted to add that there is now another person who has died on a plane that was I believe headed from Denver, Co. to Houston,TX. Apparentely he just fell down and died on the floor and was administered CPR but did not respond. I am not saying he died of ebola, however, I do find it a strange coincidence at this point that the 60 something yr. old man was here from Lagos, Nigeria where the outbreak is rampant. Reports state that they are investigating the cause of death.

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Djorgie, could you keep us informed if they release more information on this person?

Thanks bunches

LGD,

 

I will try lol... Someone may beat me to it. I just happened to run across it and thought I'd mention it. I'm sure there will be some sort of an update on it and that we can find it in a simple internet search. i would have posted the article link but, I am unable to cut and paste and I can't remember the exact resource I read it from now.

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I want to share this email that I just received from a friend in Rwanda.  For their "protection" I have blanked out the name, though that may not be necessary in this case.  I post this, not because they are dealing with Ebola virus, but to let you see the heart of those who serve.  Yes, I know everyone realizes the character and heart of the people in missions, but there are the mental struggles as well.  It's an easy read and informative.  Pray for these workers for Christ. 

 

"So by now most of our friends have heard about the missionary doctors In West Africa infected with Ebola. Many have asked if we are ok in Rwanda. We are safe. Yes, we have seen the news reports about how quickly the disease could spread and we know that Rwanda, with its population and fragile medical infrastructure, is always at risk. (You could say the same about most African countries.)  Let me say again that we are safe.
These are fearful times, but....
If there is one thing I have learned since coming to Rwanda, it's this- I need God’s help to overcome my fears. A big struggle since coming to Rwanda has been accepting God's protection of my life—that is—his eternal protection. You see, the thing missionaries fear most is not Ebola specifically, or the whole host of things that "could" happen--essentially it's fear itself. This crippling fear that prevents us from being effective and keeps us up at night. We don't like to admit it, but most of us who are new to this job have an unrealistic idea about what we are doing. We think somehow that because we have given up so much, and sacrificed, that this means we are living a "special life," that bad things will not happen to us. The truth is, bad things are happening here all the time. If you stay in Africa long enough you will experience loss. Sickness, violence and accidents are a part of life here. As missionaries we don't always personally feel the effects because we have access to better medical treatment. We can be medi-vac'd out to South Africa, or get the drugs we need to fight the disease. We "know" all of this and yet, when we hear about missionaries having tragic accidents or dying of disease, it still scares us. We are afraid, and we start questioning: Where is God’s protection? Did we make the right decision to come here, are we putting our families in danger, are the risks too great, and the worst—does God even care about my family?
Since coming to Rwanda we have heard about (recent) missionaries to Rwanda who have had children permanently injured, parents who have been in life threatening accidents, and co-workers who have contracted serious disease. All this messes with the mind.  Strangely enough- -the peace I have received has come from the Rwandese people themselves. Friends who have experienced the worst in humanity and yet continue living without fear, and their faith in God’s protection intact.
 
During Genocide Memorial week during chapel at XXXX, a couple of survivors gave testimony about losing all their family members. The one thing that stuck with me was a testimony of thanks, of thanks for God's eternal protection. "During the Genocide many people were crying out to God for deliverance. To all those who believed and cried out- he gave his eternal protection." His protection IS eternal, his love is forever and his peace - I am learning is transcendent. So please don't pray that we'll be protected- because we already are. Please just pray that we will have the courage to live our lives, to love extraordinarily, free from fear and ineffective-ness.  Pray that I touch lives each day in the classroom, that I see the Rwandese people through the eyes of Christ, that I can help just one staff member become a better teacher and example for these precious students.
 
Romans 14:8:  “If we live, we live for the Lord; and if we die, we die for the Lord. So, whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord.”
 

Peace and God's eternal protection to all of you,"

 

XXXXXX

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CDC: Ebola's Spread To The US Is Inevitable

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Ebola's spread to the United States is "inevitable" due to the nature of global airline travel, but any outbreak is not likely to be large, US health authorities said Thursday.

 

Already one man with dual US-Liberian citizenship has died from Ebola, after becoming sick on a plane from Monrovia to Lagos and exposing as many as seven other people in Nigeria.

More cases of Ebola moving across borders via air travel are expected, as West Africa faces the largest outbreak of the hemorrhagic virus in history, said Tom Frieden, the head of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The virus spreads by close contact with bodily fluids and has killed 932 people and infected more than 1,700 since March in Sierra Leone, Guinea, Nigeria and Liberia.

"It is certainly possible that we could have ill people in the US who develop Ebola after having been exposed elsewhere," Frieden told a hearing of the House Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations.

"We are all connected and inevitably there will be travelers, American citizens and others who go from these three countries -- or from Lagos if it doesn't get it under control -- and are here with symptoms," he said.

"But we are confident that there will not be a large Ebola outbreak in the US."

There is no treatment or vaccine for Ebola, but it can be contained if patients are swiftly isolated and adequate protective measures are used, he said.

Healthcare workers treating Ebola patients should wear goggles, face masks, gloves and protective gowns, according to CDC guidelines.

Equipment lacking

 However, Ken Isaacs, vice president of program and government relations at the Christian aid group Samaritan's Purse warned that the world is woefully ill-equipped to handle the spread of Ebola.

"It is clear that the disease is uncontained and it is out of control in West Africa," he told the hearing.

"The international response to the disease has been a failure."

Samaritan's Purse arranged the medical evacuation of US doctor Kent Brantly and days later, missionary Nancy Writebol, from Monrovia to a sophisticated Atlanta hospital.

Both fell ill with Ebola while treating patients in the Liberian capital, and their health is now improving.

"One of the things that I recognized during the evacuation of our staff is that there is only one airplane in the world with one chamber to carry a level-four pathogenic disease victim," Isaacs said.

He also said personal protective gear is hard to find in Liberia, and warned of the particular danger of kissing the corpse farewell during funeral rites.

"In the hours after death with Ebola, that is when the body is most infectious because the body is loaded with the virus," he said.

"Everybody that touches the corpse is another infection." 

Traveler cases

Ebola can cause fever, muscle aches, vomiting, diarrhea and bleeding. It has been fatal in about 55 percent of cases during this outbreak.

Last month, Patrick Sawyer, a Liberian finance ministry employee who was also a naturalized American citizen, brought the virus to Lagos.

Sawyer had traveled to Nigeria from Liberia via Togo's capital Lome, and was visibly sick upon arrival at the international airport in Lagos on July 20.

He died in quarantine on July 25.

As many as seven people who had close contact with Sawyer have fallen ill with Ebola, Nigeria's Health Minister Onyebuchi Chukwu said.

One of them, a nurse, died on Tuesday.

Frieden said helping West African nations screen passengers who are departing airports could help contain the virus.

A Saudi Arabian man who had recently traveled to Sierra Leone and showed Ebola-like symptoms died Wednesday of a heart attack, but authorities in Riyadh did not reveal the results of Ebola tests that were done on the man.

A suspected New York patient tested negative on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Benin, which shares a border with Nigeria, said it was running tests on two potential Ebola cases. Both patients are now in isolation, authorities said.

Ebola first emerged in 1976, and has killed more than 1,500 people since then. Within weeks, the death toll from this outbreak alone is expected to surpass that number.

Copyright (2014) AFP. All rights reserved.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/cdc-ebolas-spread-to-the-us-is-inevitable-2014-8#ixzz39nuj5ivL

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Romans 14:8:  “If we live, we live for the Lord; and if we die, we die for the Lord. So, whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord.”
 

Peace and God's eternal protection to all of you,"

 

XXXXXX

 

Nelg,

 

Thank you for sharing your friend's letter.  Please share these articles with him/her from the below links:

 

Overcoming The Spirit of Fear

 

Fear Not

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