EBOLA SURVIVOR DR. KENT BRANTLY GIVES A THIRD BLOOD DONATION; THIS TIME TO TEXAS NURSE TO FIGHT EBOLA VIRUS

Nina Pham is described as being a “devout Christian.” Teacher of her Bible class, Tom Ha, told reporters, “The family is very dedicated and go out of their way to help people. I expect, with the big heart she has, she went beyond what she was supposed to do to help anyone in need.”

Three times now, Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly has donated his blood to a patient suffering with the deadly disease—the latest recipient being Texas nurse, Nina Pham, who contracted Ebola from caring for Thomas Eric Duncan who died last week.(Photo: Dr. Brantly/via ABC News)

The first person who received a blood transfusion using Brantly’s blood was fellow humanitarian aid doctor Nick Sacra, who has recovered from Ebola and been released from the hospital.

Once he heard his blood type matched, Dr. Brantly also donated his blood to NBC News freelance cameraman, Ashoka Mukpo, who was diagnosed with Ebola after working with a crew in Liberia.

“This act of kindness and generosity makes me believe in the goodness of humanity,” Mukpo’s father told the press regarding Dr. Brantly’s donation. (Photo: Ashoka Mukpo/via Daily Mail)

Mukpo, who also received an experimental antiviral treatment—the same given to Thomas Eric Duncan—is reportedly recovering.

Meanwhile, attention is turned again to Dallas, where Nina Pham, 26, is currently fighting the Ebola virus. She received Brantly’s blood transfusion on Monday. (Photo: Nina Pham/Facebook/via Daily Mail)

Nina Pham is described as being a “devout Christian.” Teacher of her Bible class, Tom Ha, told reporters, “The family is very dedicated and go out of their way to help people. I expect, with the big heart she has, she went beyond what she was supposed to do to help anyone in need.”

Dr. Brantly had offered a blood donation to Thomas Eric Duncan, but their blood types did not match.

Source:www.breakingchristiannews.com

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