Category Ebola Patients

Ebola Free: Ebola-Infected Texas Nurse Nina Pham to Go Home, Well Done NIH!

Well done NIH hospital! So glad that you are well Nina! ❤ Nurse Amber Vinson at Emory Hospital in Atlanta, was also said to be Ebola free yesterday. Nina Pham, the Dallas nurse infected with Ebola as she treated dying patient Thomas Eric Duncan, is free of the virus, National Institutes of Health officials said […]

Confirmed Ebola Case: Dr. Craig Spencer of DWB taken to NYC Hospital, returned 10 days ago from Guinea

The 33 year old confirmed Ebola patient, Dr. Craig Spencer,  a New York City doctor who also works with Doctors Without Borders, returned from Guinea in West Africa 10 days ago. Dr. Craig Spencer is reported to have classic Ebola symptoms which include fatigue, high fever of 103.0, nausea, and gastrointestinal problems. The Ebola virus […]

NBC Cameraman Ashoka Mukpo test ‘Ebola free’, and discharged from hospital

< CNN’s Elizabeth Cohen explains why early detection and treatment helped clear an NBC cameraman of Ebola after only two weeks. – CNN Currently in West Africa deaths have topped 4500+, and rising, however there is hope, as Nigeria, and Senegal have been declared Ebola free.   Ashoka Mukpo, age 33, was at Nebraska Medical […]

Family: Amber Vinson, infected nurse, is Ebola-free. Moved out of isolation in Atlanta’s Emory hospital

Great news out of Emory hospital in Atlanta, Georgia, nurse Amber Vinson is said to be Ebola free, and moved out of isolation. Thoughts are with her and her family. Get Well Soon Amber! ❤

Video: U.S. Ebola Patient Nurse Nina Pham Speaks from Her Room at Texas Health Dallas

“Before Nina Pham departed Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas for the National Institute of Health’s Clinical Center earlier today, she was visited by her treating physician, Dr. Gary Weinstein, who recorded his conversation with her before she was discharged. Ms. Pham asked that we share the video.”  – Texas Health Resource, http://www.TexasHealth.org , 1-877-THR-WELL Nina Pham is being moved […]