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Diseases and Illnesses
Ebola? Bring it on.
Ebola? Bring it on.

Does our nation run the other way in the face of deadly threats? Hardly. The United States has shown no reluctance to confront terrorists anywhere in the world. But now that the threat is too small to see — the Ebola virus — many of us, gripped by fear, seem to want to head for the hills. I say bring Ebola on. Developed nations like the United States should be treating as many Ebola patients as possible, not trying to exclude them and stigmatizing health workers who try to help. The best way to stop Ebola from spreading across the world is to contain it now by welcoming all infected patients here (or to other developed nations) where we are better able to provide excellent care...