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Uganda’s Ebola Survivors Recall Disease’s Horrors on DRC Outbreak

As the Democratic Republic of Congo battles the spread of the deadly Ebola virus, just across the border Ugandan survivors of a 2007 outbreak are reminded of the near-death experience they went through. Bundibugyo district at the border with Uganda and the DRC faced the brunt of the hemorrhagic disease as both health workers and residents lost their lives. Halima Athumani reports from Bundibugyo, in Uganda.(Source: VOA NEWS)

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