EBOLA: a doctor’s diary

Dr Geraldine O’Hara is working with Ebola patients and is keeping an audio diary of her experiences for Radio 4.  It’s extremely moving.  If you’ve not managed to hear it yet, here is Day 4:  


(image from bbc.com)

2 thoughts on “EBOLA: a doctor’s diary

    1. I know … and the effect it has on the medical staff too – it’s so heartbreaking when children die, and the story of a mother who lost her son in the morning and started looking after a little orphan boy in the afternoon is so incredibly moving …


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