What We’re Afraid to Say About Ebola
This one will be same editorial but different instruction.
->you can have more details on the file attached.
**************The most important Thing is that It’s not summary.
My instructor told me that “Just be sure that you don’t just do the summary again. The T.E.A. paragraph should be one of the other body paragraphs, not summary.
But they both can and should be focused the same op-ed(in your case they would both be about “what We’re Afraid to Say Ebola).
The World Health Organization (WHO) has been unable to come with a prevention or treatment approach for the Ebola crisis in West Africa. The organization is tasked with the role of handling health problems and pandemic. However, the nature of Ebola infections have proved uncontrollable creating fears on the spread of the Ebola virus to the nearby cities. It is crucial for the organization to inform the public on the situation for precautionary measures in the society. In addition, it would be relevant to train and recruit experienced medical staffs towards controlling the spread of the Ebola virus (Osterholm , The New York Times). Biological anthropologists from the United States argued that there are no drugs for treating Ebola. Thus, any drugs would not be efficient, but financially motivated. They argue that it will take a long period to develop licenses for the current drugs. The African countries lack adequate research facilities and commercial markets to support the development of Ebola prevention drugs. This indicates some of the challenges that make it difficult to develop cure for the Ebola virus. In spite of the challenges, the Ebola virus is mutating in nature. This informs the change in its cell structure and physiology making it problematic to develop an appropriate cure for the virus. Even though there is no any treatment available for the disease, the condition can be controlled from spreading. The infected patients should be isolated from the other people in the society (Osterholm, The New York Times). Most importantly, the United Nations should take much control in providing medical and humanitarian assistance to the affected families in the regions. The various health organizations are unable to inform the public on the absence of treatment option against the Ebola pandemic. This would trigger much anxiety on the spread of the deadly diseases to other cities and regions across the world.
Osterholm, T. M. (2014, 11 Sept). What we’re afraid to say about Ebola. The New York Times. Web. 2nd Feb. 2015. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/12/opinion/what-were-afraid-to-say-about-ebola.html?_r=0.