It's being called the deadliest in history, and shows no signs of stopping. The Ebola outbreak sweeping through west Africa has now claimed nearly 900 lives, including one American. But its chances of spreading to North America remain very low. This hour on All Sides, we'll learn the medical basics of the Ebola virus, and get the latest on international efforts to slow the disease.
Denise Grady, health reporter for the New York Times
Dr. William Schaffner, infectious disease specialist at Vanderbilt University, advisor to the World Health Organization
Molly Bachmann, Peace Corps volunteer
Kim Yi Dionne, assistant professor of government and african politics as Smith College