Ross Donaldson “The Lassa Ward”

June 12th, 2009

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When second-year medical student Ross Donaldson went to west Africa in 2003, it was to study the rare Lassa virus, a viral hemorrhagic fever and a cousin of the feared Ebola virus.

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In Sierra Leone Donaldson connected with Dr. Aniru Conteh, whose Lassa ward had treated thousands of patients. But public health in the Third World is a whole different kind of medicine, as Donaldson found out when tested by fire. He describes that unforgettable summer in his book “The Lassa Ward.”

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