Dr Bernice Dahn
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Ebola crisis Liberian doctor puts herself in quarantine

One of the women at the forefront of the fight against the deadly Ebola virus is Liberia's chief medical officer, Dr Bernice Dahn.

She put herself in voluntary home quarantine for 21 days after one of her assistants died.

Dr Dahn told the BBC World Service about how she coped with the experience, and what Liberians can do to combat the spread of the pandemic.

  • 17 Oct 2014
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