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Recently met Ibrahim and Chernoh, med students in Sierra Leone who volunteer with CDC's Ebola responders.
Credit to Dr. Foday and his team in Sierra Leone for their dedicated work with Ebola patients and survivors.
Spending time with Claire Tchecola, a nurse in Donka hospital, Guinea. She survived Ebola; continues educating others.
Delighted to review EPI with FETP grads from DRC. United to stop Ebola and protect health.
Talking immunization with staff at a secondary health care center in Keffi, Nasarawa state, Nigeria.
During 2014 CDC responded to the worst Ebola outbreak in history. Here, CDC Director Tom Frieden visits West Africa to assess their needs.
CDC Director checked for fever.
CDC Director presents Ebola messages in Guinea.
Dr. Frieden with two Ebola survivors in Guinea in December, 2014. Many survivors are now working to reduce survivor stigma.
CDC Director Tom Frieden talks with The Atlantic's Corby Kummer about what CDC is doing to protect people and their health at the 2013 Aspen Ideas Festival.
CDC Director Tom Frieden shares with the 2013 Aspen Ideas Festival audience how a microchip is helping CDC find, stop, and prevent disease outbreaks.
Chris Clark, Dr. Tom Frieden, Kevin Greiner, and Charlie Stokes attend the Georgia Chamber Health Care Forum in Atlanta in September 2012.
Dr. Tom Frieden speaks at the 2012 CDC National Cancer Conference in Washington DC in August.
Dr. Tom Frieden visits the Biovac vaccine research and development laboratory in Cape Town, South Africa.
Dr. Tom Frieden and Kathleen Sebelius travel to India in January 2012 to mark the country's one year with zero cases of polio.