Ebola virus outbreak in Africa

Dave Goldstein dgoldst at somasf.unm.edu
Fri May 12 13:08:03 EST 1995

In article <3ou2ch$hmv at news.onramp.net>, jaldr at onramp.net (James Aldridge)

> >CDC type people never even tried to stop it
> This is grossly unfair to the many "CDC-type people" who worked very
> diligently to study and control this emerging disease.
> James Aldridge
> jaldr at onramp.net
> aldrjame at tenet.edu
> http://rampages.onramp.net/~jaldr

True. The CDC has done a lot of work on Ebola and Marburg Viruses, but I
think it may be unstoppable in the traditional sense, it may take a
'Presidential Directive' to stop it for good.
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