Dallas-based nurse Nina Pham, the first person to contract Ebola in the U.S., plans to sue the parent company of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas for failing to provide adequate training.
One of the government's top officials in the fight against Ebola, Dr. Anthony Fauci, joined Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday today.
As fears surrounding the Ebola outbreak continue to grow, health care workers around the country are saying not enough is being done to prepare hospitals and hospital staff for Ebola patients.
New video shows Ebola patient Nina Pham in her Dallas hospital bed before her transfer to NIH in Maryland for treatment.
Jonathan Serrie brought us the latest on the two Dallas nurses who contracted the Ebola virus. The first, 26-year-old Nina Pham, was transferred today from Texas to the National Institutes of Health’s biocontainment facility in Bethesda, Maryland.
As Ebola-infected nurse Nina Pham fights for her life, public health officials are facing increasing questions about the response to the arrival of the West African virus in the U.S. Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings spoke to Gretchen Carlson on The Real Story today about how Ebola crisis is being handled in his city.
A shocking poll came out Monday, showing the vast majority of nurses in the United States do not feel they are prepared to deal with Ebola patients.
Questions remain this morning over how a 26-year-old Texas nurse (above) contracted the Ebola virus. CDC Director Tom Frieden said there was a breach of protocol, but officials have not said exactly what occurred.