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Milwaukee
Chief Medical Writer — Associated Press
Covers:  Consumer Health News, Major Diseases_ Cancer, Medical Research Of Broad Consumer Interest, Heart Disease, Etc., Pivotal Or Very Novel Clinical Trials, Infectious Diseases, The New England Journal Of Medicine
Doesn't Cover: Health Insurance, Health Care Policy/Politics, Product Pitches, Early-Stage Clinical Trials Unless Extremely Novel, Business-Only News Such As Company Earnings

I write national health stories and cover major medical meetings for The Associated Press

Marilynn Marchione's Biography

Marilynn Marchione became AP Medical Writer in 2004 after more than 25 years as a reporter and editor at metropolitan daily newspapers in Milwaukee, Chicago and Akron. She was named AP's Chief Medical Writer in September 2011.

At the AP, she has focused on consumer news, seeking daily and enterprise stories that give practical information that’s directly relevant to readers’ health choices. She covers major medical meetings for ...

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Mission unaccomplished: containing Ebola in Africa

seattletimes.com — Originally published Saturday, October 18, 2014 at 6:13 PM Looking back, the mistakes are easy to see: Waiting too long, spending too little, relying on the wrong people, thinking small when they needed to think big. Many people, governments and agencies share the blame for failing to contain Ebola when it emerged in West Africa.

Mission Unaccomplished: Containing Ebola in Africa

theepochtimes.com — Looking back, the mistakes are easy to see: Waiting too long, spending too little, relying on the wrong people, thinking small when they needed to think big. Many people, governments and agencies share the blame for failing to contain Ebola when it emerged in West Africa.

Mission Unaccomplished: Containing Ebola in Africa

mysanantonio.com — Looking back, the mistakes are easy to see: Waiting too long, spending too little, relying on the wrong people, thinking small when they needed to think big. Many people, governments and agencies share the blame for failing to contain Ebola when it emerged in West Africa.

Mission Unaccomplished: Containing Ebola in Africa

stripes.com — Looking back, the mistakes are easy to see: Waiting too long, spending too little, relying on the wrong people, thinking small when they needed to think big. Many people, governments and agencies share the blame for failing to contain Ebola when it emerged in West Africa.

News from The Associated Press

hosted.ap.org — Looking back, the mistakes are easy to see: Waiting too long, spending too little, relying on the wrong people, thinking small when they needed to think big. Many people, governments and agencies share the blame for failing to contain Ebola when it emerged in West Africa.

Mission Unaccomplished: Containing Ebola in Africa

billingsgazette.com — Looking back, the mistakes are easy to see: Waiting too long, spending too little, relying on the wrong people, thinking small when they needed to think big. Many people, governments and agencies share the blame for failing to contain Ebola when it emerged in West Africa.

Mission Unaccomplished: Containing Ebola in Africa

missoulian.com — Looking back, the mistakes are easy to see: Waiting too long, spending too little, relying on the wrong people, thinking small when they needed to think big. Many people, governments and agencies share the blame for failing to contain Ebola when it emerged in West Africa.

Mission Unaccomplished: Containing Ebola in Africa

news.yahoo.com — Looking back, the mistakes are easy to see: Waiting too long, spending too little, relying on the wrong people, thinking small when they needed to think big. Many people, governments and agencies share the blame for failing to contain Ebola when it emerged in West Africa.

The Buffalo News

hosted2.ap.org — A A A Mission Unaccomplished: Containing Ebola in Africa By MARILYNN MARCHIONE Looking back, the mistakes are easy to see: Waiting too long, spending too little, relying on the wrong people, thinking small when they needed to think big. Many people, governments and agencies share the blame for failing to contain Ebola when it emerged in West Africa.

Mission Unaccomplished: Containing Ebola in Africa

washingtontimes.com — Looking back, the mistakes are easy to see: Waiting too long, spending too little, relying on the wrong people, thinking small when they needed to think big. Many people, governments and agencies share the blame for failing to contain Ebola when it emerged in West Africa.
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Oct 19, 2014

@greg_folkers @HelenBranswell bummer. looks like something many of us would like to read on #ebola treatment

Oct 18, 2014

RT @AP: How nations, the WHO and others failed to contain Ebola in Africa: apne.ws/1rNBMmE

Oct 16, 2014

RT @AP BREAKING: First Dallas nurse infected with Ebola virus to be moved to special NIH facility in Maryland: apne.ws/1rAlz4c

Oct 15, 2014

RT @AP: MORE: Second Texas nurse diagnosed with Ebola dealt with Liberian patient's bodily fluids before his death: apne.ws/1xTqjrr

Oct 15, 2014

RT @AP: Were you on Monday's Frontier Airlines Flight 1143 with the latest Ebola patient? Contact us to share your story: yourvideo@ap.org

Oct 15, 2014

RT @FlyFrontier: Frontier & CDC confirmed a customer traveling to/frm DFW-CLE on Oct 10 & 13 has tested positive for Ebola. For info: http:…

Oct 15, 2014

MT @CDCgov 2nd health worker exhibited no #Ebola symptoms on Frontier Airlines flight 1143 on 10/13, but passengers shld call 1-800-CDC-INFO

Oct 15, 2014

BREAKING: 2nd Dallas health worker with #Ebola flew the night before; CDC seeks passengers on Frontier flight from Cleveland.



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