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British Ebola survivor nurse treated for 'unusual' complication

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LONDON (AFP) - A British nurse who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone was flown to a specialist London hospital unit on Friday, nearly nine months after she was discharged, due to an "unusual late complication".


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Do nurses who wish to go to countries where Ebola is present to treat afflicted patients do so with approval of the government? Or do people just go and then get flown back courtesy of the military and get treated on the NHS? Sounds like the former.

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