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Ebola: Dr. Brantly’s Story

Aleteia - published on 08/08/14 - updated on 06/08/17

Why an American doctor, knowing the risks of contracting Ebola, went to Liberia.

If you were going to a foreign country and knew you might contract a deadly virus there, would you go?

Kent Brantly did. And yet he went.

He’s one of the American medical workers who contracted the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia and is now being treated in an Atlanta hospital.

Why did he go? Watch this short video and find out.

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