|Ebola Survivors Gathered Together Showing Little or No |
After Affects of the Dangerous Scourge
Six American Ebola survivors, meeting together for the first time as a group Wednesday on TODAY, opened up about the unusual bond they share and the unique reasons they have to be thankful this holiday season. TODAY’s Matt Lauer, who did the interview in full hazmat gear and behind a plate-glass partition, pointed out that while several of the survivors had doubts about participating in the interview, they all jumped at the opportunity to meet each other. All the survivors said they had no regrets about the choices they made, whether serving abroad in West Africa or treating Ebola-stricken patients in the United States.