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Training British army medics to tackl Ebola Image by DFID – UK Department for International Development Pictured: Lieutenant Colonel Alison McCourt briefs staff of 22 Field Hospital before the start of a training exercise for military personnel going through medical training to help tackle Ebola in West Africa. The training is taking place at the Army Medical Services Training Centre (AMSTC), at Strensall near York, England, and is designed to develop and assess the clinical and organisational procedures required to treat Ebola. More than 100 members of the British Army’s 22 Field Hospital are preparing to provide a 12-bed Ebola


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