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Ebola experts explain how virus is -- and isn't -- transmitted

AANP SmartBrief | Oct 24, 2014

The Ebola virus is not an airborne infection and cannot be transmitted through a cough or sneeze based on evidence from the current and previous Ebola outbreaks, according to briefing sponsored by the New England Journal of Medicine. "The best evidence that we have suggests that the overwhelming route of transmission is through contact with contaminated fluids with broken skin or mucous membranes," said Dr. Arjun Srinivasan of the CDC. HealthDay News (10/23)


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Guidelines address diagnosis, management of bronchiolitis

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Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program

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NYC physician tests positive for Ebola

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AANP SmartBrief | Oct 23, 2014

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AANP SmartBrief | Oct 23, 2014

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AANP SmartBrief | Oct 27, 2014


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