Wednesday, October 22, 2014
 

 
 
Ashoka Mukpo, the 33-year-old NBC News freelance cameraman who contracted Ebola while on assignment in Liberia on Oct. 2 and was then flown back to the U.S. for treatment, announced on Tuesday that he is free of the disease. He tweeted, "Just got my results. 3 consecutive days negative. Ebola free and feeling so blessed. I fought and won, with lots of help. Amazing feeling

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It’s been popular in the court of public opinion to condemn West African Thomas Eric Duncan for delivering Ebola to America’s doorstep. But a Texas doctor who tried to save the Ebola patient’s life doesn’t see it that way. Dr. Gary Weinstein, a Dallas critical care physician who was with Duncan when he died on October 8th, said “I don’t think about it in terms of blame.   [READ MORE]
 
Is Dancing With the Stars ' frontrunner about to pull out of the competition?! Since the very first week of the ABC reality hit's season, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 's Alfonso Ribeiro and his partner Witney Carson have dominated the competition, even scoring a perfect 40 by busting out the infamous "Carlton" dance move. And though they received the highest score (39) during Latin Night on Monday, their success came at a pretty high cost as both Alfonso and Witney danced through pretty serious injuries . While Witney injured her back in a pretty scary moment during dress rehearsal, Alfonso was also nursing a groin injury, one that flared up during their routine, which may have stopped the couple from achieving a perfect score.

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Despite speculation online about Renée Zellweger's appearance, we think she looks great at Elle's 21st annual Women in Hollywood Awards at the Four Seasons Hotel in LA.   [READ MORE]
 
Despite speculation online about Renée Zellweger's appearance, we think she looks great at Elle's 21st annual Women in Hollywood Awards at the Four Seasons Hotel in LA.   [READ MORE]
 
Tens of thousands of doses of experimental Ebola vaccines could be available for "real-world" testing in West Africa as soon as January as long as they are deemed safe. Dr Marie Paule Kieny, an assistant director general for WHO, said clinical trials that are either underway or planned in Europe, Africa and the U.S. are expected to produce preliminary safety data on two vaccines by December.   [READ MORE]
 
 
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