Discussing the Ethics of Treating Ebola Patients

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There are many factors to consider when treating patients who may be infected with the Ebola virus, including several that are unique to the virus and that had not been widely considered prior to the current outbreak.

There are many factors to consider when treating patients who may be infected with the Ebola virus, including several that are unique to the virus and that had not been widely considered prior to the current outbreak.

During Kidney Week 2014 in Philadelphia, the topic was discussed by Nicholas Evans, PhD, a medical ethicist at the University of Pennyslvania.

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