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WSJ  By ALEXANDRA WOLFE Dec. 12, 2014 5:07 p.m. ET What scares the virologist Nathan Wolfe? Having spent years living in Africa, at times trekking through the forest to work with hunters exposed to animal diseases, he’s not particularly squeamish about being near dangerous viruses. “Most people who go...

USAID | PREDICT The appearance and spread of diseases, such as HIV/AIDS, Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), Ebola virus disease (EVD), and pandemic influenza, have had profound global health impacts and adverse ramifications for human livelihoods and broader scale economics. The lives lost and financial consequences have illustrated our vulnerability...

Aiah A. Gbakima  Jean-Paul Gonzalez Nathan D. Wolfe @virushunter TIME Aug. 1, 2014 The real way to control Ebola is to stop the fear and misunderstanding It was with heavy hearts that we learned Tuesday of the death of our colleague and friend Dr. Sheik Hummar Khan. Dr. Khan devoted his life...

Aug 16th 2014 | From the Economist print edition WHAT should the world do about Ebola? A rationalist might say: nothing. Rich countries with decent health infrastructure are not at risk because—unlike airborne viruses, such as influenza, or mosquito-borne ones, such as yellow fever—the disease can be isolated...