Tag Archive: Ebola

Little Lives, Narrow Minds, Bitter tongues: Kaci Hickox and the Schadenfreude of a Nation

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There’s an interesting online drama being played out on a Dallas Morning News post. Ms. Kaci Hickox, a volunteer nurse who only just returned from spending a month treating Ebola patients in Sierra… Continue reading

How Reason Died for Want of Leadership: How Leadership died for Want of Reason

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Syracuse University’s Dean Lorraine Branham ‘disinvited’ three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Michel du Cille from a conference because he had recently returned from Liberia. Makes sense, you say? Please listen to the details: Mr.… Continue reading

Why You Should Worry about Ebola

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If you find yourself, at this moment, anywhere off the African continent and are not a health professional called to treat Ebola patients, the chance of you catching the disease is, at present,… Continue reading

Our ethical bankruptcy is going to kill us, not a virus.

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The United States has the most capable health infrastructure and the most capable doctors in the world, bar none,” Lisa Monaco, President Obama’s senior counter-terrorism adviser, said at a White House briefing. (“US… Continue reading