Lee Norman, chief medical officer of the University of Kansas Hospital, spoke with the media last week about a patient who came to the hospital with a high fever and other serious symptoms. Lab results indicated the patient did not have Ebola.
Lee Norman, chief medical officer of the University of Kansas Hospital, spoke with the media last week about a patient who came to the hospital with a high fever and other serious symptoms. Lab results indicated the patient did not have Ebola. David Pulliam The Kansas City Star
Lee Norman, chief medical officer of the University of Kansas Hospital, spoke with the media last week about a patient who came to the hospital with a high fever and other serious symptoms. Lab results indicated the patient did not have Ebola. David Pulliam The Kansas City Star

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