Ebola survivors in Liberia are symbols of hope and help

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Published October 23, 2014Reuters Facebook0 Twitter0 Email Print Four survivors of the Ebola outbreak, who were treated by Gorbee Logan, a Liberian doctor who says he has successfully treated Ebola patients with anti-retroviral drugs, walk at a clinic outside Monrovia October 3, 2014. REUTERS/James Giahyue Ebola survivors in Liberia are quickly becoming an important part of the fight against the deadly virus that has killed more than 4,500 people in West Africa since being detected in the region in March. Once rejected by their communities, survivors are now being seen as part of the solution as scientists try to find a way to use the antibodies in their blood to help treat victims….

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