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Relevant Magazine Article on Dr. Kent Brantly
The Ebola Crisis Isn’t Over (RELEVANT Magazine)

In the spring of 2014, a case of Ebola popped up in West Africa. By the fall, the virus spread into one of the largest Ebola epidemics in history, leaving more than 11,000 people dead in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea…

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Kent recounts Ebola fight as both doctor and patient (PBS News Hour)

I don’t say that, oh, it was my faith that saved me, not those people. I believe God used those people to save my life, not because of my great faith. It just is. And so I give God the credit for it. But I thank all of those people, and I — I love them.

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Kent and Amber on KERA Radio (NPR/Dallas)

As a doctor, Kent Brantly knew the risks of moving his family from Fort Worth to Liberia so that he could treat people infected with the Ebola virus. And when he contracted the virus himself, many Americans began…

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When Being A Good Samaritan Goes Horribly Wrong (Greta Talk)

You get a call saying your spouse, who is 5,000 miles away in a Third World country, has contracted Ebola. No, this is not a bad dream; this is reality for Amber Brantly whose husband Dr. Kent Brantly contracted the deadly disease…

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Kent and Amber Brantly Featured on ‘USA Today’

On the first call, Kent Brantly told his wife, Amber, that he had fallen sick a few days after she and their children had left their home in Liberia for a trip to the United States. He had a fever and could not work the previous day…

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What Led Kent Brantly into Heart of Ebola Epidemic? (700 Club)

One year after surviving the worst Ebola outbreak in history, missionary doctor Kent Brantly is speaking out about his experience. The epidemic killed thousands of people in West Africa, and Brantly was right in the middle of it.

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Kent & Amber Brantly on Health Talk with Dr. Manny Alvarez

Nearly a year ago, the world watched as Dr. Kent Brantly became the first American Ebola patient infected during the West African outbreak to return to the U.S. for treatment. He and his wife Amber sit down with Dr. Manny…

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Kent & Amber Interview with the ‘Christian Post’

One year after nearly losing his life in Liberia, American Ebola survivor, Dr. Kent Brantly, is speaking out about why he has no regrets about serving as a medical missionary in the West African nation.

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Kent & Amber Interview with ‘The Church Boys’ on ‘The Blaze’

As he lay sick in bed, stricken with the Ebola virus and fearful that he was taking what could be his final breaths, Dr. Kent Brantly recalls a message that kept playing in his head — one that brought him immense comfort in the midst…

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Kent and Amber on ‘Morning Joe’ (MSNBC)

This time last year, Dr. Kent Brantly was diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus while working in Liberia. Dr. Brantly survived, and he joins Morning Joe with his wife, Amber, to discuss his experience, which is chronicled…

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