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A U.N. military truck patrols on the road linking Mangina to Beni, the current epicenter of the Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of the Congo. John Wessels/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Are People So Angry At Ebola Responders In The Democratic Republic Of The Congo?

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A team of medical workers don protective equipment before entering an Ebola Treatment Center in Beni, the epicenter of the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. John Wessels/Getty Images hide caption

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How Worried Should We Be About Ebola In Congo?

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Health workers remove their protective suits at a treatment center set up by Doctors without Borders in Mangina, a town in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Karin Huster hide caption

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A Dangerous Twist To The Latest Ebola Outbreak

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Violent Ebola Zone Calls For Creative Strategies

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A health worker monitors the temperature of a traveler from the Democratic Republic of the Congo during the Ebola outbreak that ended in July. The virus has now surfaced in another part of the country. Florent Vergnes/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Scientists Find New Tricks For Old Drugs

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A worker disinfects shoes outside the Ebola security zone at a hospital in Mbandaka in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Junior Kannah/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After a long history of civil war and corruption, many Liberians didn't trust their government's attempts to control Ebola. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Don't Panic! What We Can Learn From Chaos

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Doctors Without Borders staff enter an Ebola security zone at the entrance of the Wangata Reference Hospital in Mbandaka, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Junior Kannah/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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On May 13, people suspected of having the Ebola virus wait at a treatment center in the village of Bikoro, where the outbreak began in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. John Bompengo/AP hide caption

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Ebola Outbreak: How Worried Should We Be?

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A woman is vaccinated at a health center in Conakry, Guinea, during the clinical trials of a vaccine against the Ebola virus. Cellou Binani /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Can The New Ebola Vaccine Stop The Latest Outbreak?

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A health worker walks at an Ebola quarantine unit last June in Muma, Democratic Republic of the Congo, after a case of Ebola was confirmed in the village. John Wessels/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After a long history of civil war and corruption, many Liberians didn't trust their government's attempts to control Ebola. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Radio Replay: Don't Panic!

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The program BAM (Becoming a Man) works with teenagers and uses cognitive behavior therapy to reduce violence in Chicago. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Radio Replay: Crime As A Disease

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