We Screwed Up On Ebola, And Now The Crisis Is Getting Much Worse

Saturday, September 27, 2014
By Paul Martin

Lauren F Friedman
BusinessInsider.com
Sep. 27, 2014

Back in April, when the Ebola outbreak in West Africa had killed less than 100 people, Doctors Without Borders urged the world to mobilize a significant response, warning that failure to act could result in an “unprecedented epidemic.”

Instead, the world responded with what Nicholas Kristof of The New York Times called “a global shrug.” Over the summer, as residents of the developed world comforted themselves with the knowledge that an outbreak on our home turf was highly unlikely, the death toll in one of the poorest corners of the world climbed sharply.

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