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Ebola-infected Nurse Contends Dallas Hospital Violated Her Privacy

by Charles Ornstein

It was a touching scene, meant to buck up a hospital – and a community – shaken when one of its own nurses was infected with the Ebola virus.

Last fall, when Dallas nurse Nina Pham was about to be transferred for treatment from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas to the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Maryland, a doctor videotaped her farewell from her hospital bed.

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