Dr. Kent Brantly
Tarrant County commissioners dubbed Tuesday “Dr. Kent Brantly Day” in honor of the medical missionary who contracted the Ebola virus last summer.
An Ebola survivor says he’s in Atlanta to donate blood to an American patient.
An experimental Ebola drug healed all 18 monkeys infected with the deadly virus in a study, boosting hopes the treatment might at some point help fight the outbreak raging through West Africa.
For the first time in nearly a month, Fort Worth doctor Kent Brantly is out of the hospital.
As Fort Worth Doctor Kent Brantly walked out of the hospital, concern started to spread on social media. So are Brantly and Nancy Writebol actually “cured?” CBS 11 News set out to answer that question.
A doctor from Fort Worth who contracted Ebola while doing missionary work in Africa hopes to be released in the near future, the international relief group has announced.
The second of two Ebola-stricken American patients is back on home soil, after contracting the disease while doing missionary work in Africa.
Inside the JPS Hospital Emergency Room in Fort Worth they are screening every patient that walks through the door for Ebola.
In Atlanta, some resentment and concern from residents that Ebola has been brought to their city.
Nearly forty members of the local Liberian community joined their Sunday worship service.
Members of Southside Church of Chirst in Fort Worth are happy to hear the news that, Dr. Brantly, their fellow church member had arrived in the United States.
The first ever case of Ebola arrived in United States via an infected doctor from Fort Worth.