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28 Dec 2014

"When Ian arrived at Emory, he sort of seemed to ... think he was still in Sierra Leone," says Dr. Colleen Kraft , who was part of the Emory team that treated Crozier. Crozier was the third Ebola patient treated at Emory, and he would become the sickest. Within five days, he was on life support, and Kraft says it was unclear whether he'd make it. "He was on dialysis; his kidneys had failed. He was on mechanical ventilation," Kraft says.
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