Doctors Without Borders Says Ebols Outbreak Constantly Advancing

Joanne Liu, Pres­i­dent of Doc­tors With­out Bor­ders today called the Ebola epi­demic like a front line that is con­stantly advanc­ing. Liu telling reporters in Geneva after 10-days in West Africa that the lack of infra­struc­ture in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, the coun­tries hard­est hit, are a cri­sis inside a cri­sis because so many peo­ple don’t have access to basic health care. The WHO released new num­bers today putting the num­ber of dead from the out­break at 1145, with 76-new deaths this week. Mak­ing mat­ters worse are rumors, that cer­tain prod­ucts or prac­tices can pre­vent or cure Ebola. They can’t There is no cure.