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Health Policy Expert: US, WHO 'Late' on Ebola Threat

Tevi Troy

The United States and the World Health Organization are behind the curve on an Ebola outbreak that is becoming epidemic in western Africa and threatens the rest of the world — especially if the deadly virus ever becomes airborne, Tevi Troy told Newsmax TV on Monday.

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