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President Obama: Health Agencies Working to Combat Ebola

by WSJ Live 2:05 mins

President Obama: Health Agencies Working to Combat Ebola

by WSJ Live 2:05 mins

In a press conference Friday, President Obama said the CDC and other U.S. health agencies are working with the World Health Organization to send a surge of resources to Africa to contain the Ebola outbreak. Photo: Getty

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