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Expert: Hollywood Portrayal of Ebola-Like Pandemic Not Realistici
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Deborah Block
August 02, 2014 11:06 PM
We all know Hollywood movies are not real, but how accurately is the impact of a deadly pandemic — including those spawned by Ebola-like viruses — depicted? VOA’s Deborah Block puts the question to an infectious disease expert.

Expert: Hollywood Portrayal of Ebola-Like Pandemic Not Realistic

Deborah Block

Published August 02, 2014

We all know Hollywood movies are not real, but how accurately is the impact of a deadly pandemic — including those spawned by Ebola-like viruses — depicted? VOA’s Deborah Block puts the question to an infectious disease expert.


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