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The ethics of Ebola

The ethics of Ebola

10/15/14 01:41PM

NYC Professor Arthur Caplan and ethics rep for the WHO explains the potential dangers of continuing to treat Ebola patients without first rethinking U.S. outbreak response procedures. watch

Surgeon General M.I.A.

Surgeon General M.I.A.

10/14/14 01:49PM

The politics of Ebola get even more complicated when one key figure is missing – the U.S. Surgeon General. NBC’s Chris Jansing and Wayne Slater of The Dallas Morning News weigh in. watch

Ebola vaccine race

Ebola vaccine race

10/14/14 01:32PM

TIME Senior Editor Bryan Walsh and Dr. Seema Yasmin explain the science behind new experimental Ebola drugs that appear to offer promising results when tested on animals. watch

Ebola: Nurses outrage

Ebola: Nurses outrage

10/13/14 01:10PM

The nursing community is up in arms over the media treatment of the Dallas nurse who has tested positive for Ebola. RN Martha Kuhl of National Nurses United explains the risks to health care professionals on the front lines. watch

'The Scottish Effect'

'The Scottish Effect'

10/09/14 03:14PM

Why is Prime Minister David Cameron heading to Buckingham Palace to apologize to queen? We hear from actor, Scotsman, and now author, Alan Cumming on the "Scottish Effect". watch

Cold Turkey: U.S. ally plays hard to get

Cold Turkey: U.S. ally plays hard to get

10/09/14 03:07PM

Turkey remains reluctant to act as ISIS moves in closer on Kobani. And U.S. officials seem unable to convince President Erdogan into action. Former U.S. Ambassador to the UN Bill Richardson makes sense of this diplomatic snarl. watch

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