It's been nearly two years since Ebola spread throughout West Africa, becoming the most deadly outbreak of its kind. Over 11,000 people died. Hundreds of those were health care workers simply doing their jobs. Now a study from the journal Open Forum Infectious Diseases is revealing new numbers showing health care workers might not be so willing to put themselves in harm's way. Two infectious disease specialists join The Agenda to discuss how this could impact the next big outbreak.
Episode:
Infectious Disease and the Science of Bees
Aired:
Feb 08, 2016
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