October 26th, 2014
08:18 PM ET

'Fearbola' spreads across television: two doctors weigh in

Are viewers and readers being well-served by news outlets' coverage of the latest Ebola case in New York City? Dr. Alexander Van Tulleken and Dr. Arthur Caplan weigh in.

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