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November 28, 2014 / 63(47);1104-1107
E. Kainne Dokubo, MD1, Annabel Baddeley, MPH2, Ishani Pathmanathan, MD1, William Coggin, MSA3, Jacqueline Firth, MD4, Haileyesus Getahun, MD, PhD2, Jonathan Kaplan, MD1, Anand Date, MD1 (Author affiliations at end of text)
KATHERINE LYON DANIEL: Welcome to the CDC's media briefing about the ongoing CDC response to the Ebola outbreak. Thank to those of you here in the room, on the phone and watching via webcast. CDC works around the clock and around the globe to save lives and protect people from health threats. Today, we will hear from CDC director Tom Frieden. Following his remarks we will take questions from media in the room and on the phone. Thank you. Dr. Frieden?