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Doctors Group Says Controlling Ebola Outbreak Will Take Six Months

(Undated) -- An international medical relief group says it will take six months to control West Africa's Ebola outbreak. Doctors Without Borders says the situation in West Africa feels like "wartime." The group says controlling the outbreak that's killed more than a thousand people will require greater leadership from the World Health Organization. The president of Doctors Without Borders says more medical experts are needed in Guinea, Sierra Leone and, most critically, in Liberia.

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