My problem with this is that two Americans, a doctor and a nurse who had been working with the missionary group Serving in Mission to make sure health care workers didn't contract Ebola, came down with the virus herself. If it's so hard to contract, how did two people with training, education, and strict protocol, manage to get it? On a lighter note as we compare palliative care between Africa and the US, Nancy Writebol's husband had this to say about his wife's return to America..."there have been "slight improvements" in his wife's condition since she's come to Atlanta. One plus for her? She asked for a coffee from Starbucks and got it -- something that wouldn't have been possible in Liberia. " Of course! That's it! All we need to do is mainline a caramel macchiatto and the survival rate should improve!