2 October 2014: On the August 25, 2014 edition of the Hagmann & Hagmann Report, renowned author Steve Quayle, who wrote Breathe No Evil over a decade ago, and Dr. S., MD appeared on air to discuss the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. During this broadcast, I asked Dr. S., a well-established and respected medical doctor who has experience in mass casualty events, one critical question about the state of the Ebola outbreak: If you woke up one morning and heard just one news headline that would be a “game changer” based on your professional experience, what would it be? His answer was “when the first case of Ebola is confirmed in the United States.” He expanded on his answer later in the program by stating that it was a matter of when, not if we would experience such an event.
That was nearly a month before this week’s news that a man in Dallas was confirmed to be infected with the Ebola virus. “If you have one case, you will have many more,” stated Dr. S., who requested anonymity for this interview. If there’s one, there will be a thousand, he added.
In addition to the threat posed by Ebola, Steve and “Dr. S” provide practical advice for handling this threat
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