Ebola contacts in Africa go missing
By Elizabeth Cohen, Senior Medical Correspondent
(CNN) -- Earlier this summer, Kelsey Mirkovic, a disease detective with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, entered a hut with her team in Gueckedou, Guinea, to speak with a man who had Ebola.
Their mission: to get the names of everyone he'd had contact with while he was ill, so that they could stop those people from spreading the disease.
"Who lives with you here? Who has eaten off the same plate as you? Who has bathed you and taken care of you?" they asked him.
Just his wife, the man answered.
Mirkovic and her team knew that wasn't true.
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