The first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S. is raising troubling questions. Where is the medicine given to Ebola patients previously treated in the U.S.? How did doctors misdiagnose Tomas Duncan when he first sought treatment at a Dallas area hospital? Why did it take so long to remove contaminated items from the apartment where Duncan was staying? Anderson asked CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden those questions and more.
Randi Kaye looks at why Z-Mapp is in such short supply and why producing more takes so long.
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