The largest Ebola outbreak in history is rapidly claiming lives in West Africa. The international response has primarily been one of panic, rather than aid, with help trickling in too slowly to contain the spread of the disease. Already the economic cost to the countries most affected by the epidemic is estimated at $33 billion. In our interconnected world, how do we address this and other public health crises?
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- Turns out, Ebola treatments are likely in our pharmacies—so why aren’t we using them?Quartz • June 3, 2015
- NON-VIRALWhy Lassa fever won’t be the next EbolaQuartz • May 27, 2015
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- ROAD TO ZEROHow Liberia finally got rid of EbolaQuartz • May 9, 2015
- Why Sierra Leone can’t get rid of EbolaQuartz • April 22, 2015