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November 2014

Nina Pham, the first patient diagnosed with Ebola to be treated at the Clinical Center, joins her sister, mother and NIH doctors, nurses and senior leaders to celebrate her discharge. The doctors affirmed that she is free of the Ebola virus disease and therefore not contagious.
The first patient diagnosed with Ebola to be treated at the Clinical Center, joins her family and NIH doctors, nurses and senior leaders to celebrate her discharge.

In this issue:
Symposium looks at the frontiers of biomedical science at NIH and Japan
Nurse inducted to prestigious academy
New director appointed to the Medical Research Scholars Program

Texas nurse leaves Clinical Center free of Ebola virus: "I feel fortunate and blessed"
The first patient diagnosed with Ebola to be treated at the Clinical Center was discharged in late October and is free of the Ebola virus disease. Read more of this story...

Research team continues to collaborate, progress with Bench-to-Bedside award
With a year passed since winning the Bench-to-Bedside (B2B) Program award, one team studying shared how the funding has helped advance its work. Read more of this story...

 
 

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