The New York Times: Battle Against Ebola in Congo Pits Medical Hope Against Local Chaos

Dr. Théo (phile) has done countless interventions with the emergency pool of MSF Congo in the most remote areas of the country. He’s a man of experience, he has seen all kind of epidemics: measles, cholera, yellow fever, … but this time it’s his first Ebola intervention. “It’s interesting that after all this years of experience I’m all of a sudden a bit of a rookie again. But I’m learning so much here.”
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Dr. Axelle Ronsse, Doctors Without Borders/ Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) emergency coordinator, talks about the difficulty of accessing and treating populations affected by Ebola in conflict areas.

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