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Time to get serious about Ebola By: Thomas Dempsey | Liberia | Sep 15, 2014

The decision by President Obama to commit significant military assets to help combat the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is an encouraging development in an international response that has been, at best, inadequate. Committing American service men and women in support of the effort to control the outbreak offers one of the most compelling messages to date of how seriously the United States government regards the outbreak. Hopefully, this example of high-profile American leadership will encourage other members of the international community to accord the Ebola crisis the attention – and the response – that it deserves.

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