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The Survivors: Portraits Of Liberians Who Recovered From Ebola by John Moore in Liberia

Top Left: PAYNESVILLE, LIBERIA - OCTOBER 16: Ebola survivor Varney Taylor, 26, stands in the low-risk section of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after attending a survivors’ meeting on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. He said he lost three family members to the disease and believes he contracted Ebola while carrying the body of his aunt after her death. The Ebola epidemic has a 70 percent mortality rate, according to the World Health Organization, but leaves survivors immune to the strain that sickened them.

 Top Right: PAYNESVILLE, LIBERIA - OCTOBER 12: Ebola survivor Sontay Massaley, 37, smiles upon her release from the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center on October 12, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. Massaley, who spent 8 days recovering from the disease in the center, said she worked as a vendor in a market before contracting the virus.

 Bottom Left: PAYNESVILLE, LIBERIA - OCTOBER 16: Ebola survivor James Mulbah, 2, stands with his mother, Tamah Mulbah, 28, who also recovered from Ebola in the low-risk section of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after survivors’ meeting on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia.

Bottom Right: PAYNESVILLE, LIBERIA - OCTOBER 16: Ebola survivors Anthony Naileh, 46, and his wife Bendu Naileh, 34, stand at the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after meeting with fellow survivors on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. Anthony said he is a steographer at the Liberian Senate and plans to go back to work for the January session. Bendu, a nurse, said she thought she caught Ebola after laying her hands in prayer on a nephew who had the disease in August. She then sickened her husband, who cared for her. 

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