In West Africa, Fewer New Ebola Cases But Epidemic Still Uncontained Robert Siegel speaks with Brice de le Vingne, director of operations dealing with the Ebola outbreak for Doctors without Borders.
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In West Africa, Fewer New Ebola Cases But Epidemic Still Uncontained

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In West Africa, Fewer New Ebola Cases But Epidemic Still Uncontained

In West Africa, Fewer New Ebola Cases But Epidemic Still Uncontained

In West Africa, Fewer New Ebola Cases But Epidemic Still Uncontained

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Robert Siegel speaks with Brice de le Vingne, director of operations dealing with the Ebola outbreak for Doctors without Borders. They discuss the state of the outbreak today, what more needs to be done and the lessons learned to date.