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One Year After Ebola, Hospitals Hope to do Better

It's been one year since Thomas Eric Duncan lay sick with Ebola at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, and the tug of war between fear and science continues. But hospitals say lessons learned have allowed them to better prepare for the next Ebola.

by Lauren Silverman, KERA News
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It's been one year since Thomas Eric Duncan lay sick with Ebola at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, and the tug of war between fear and science continues. But hospitals say lessons learned have allowed them to better prepare for the next Ebola.

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