Ebola, malaria and cholera: Complicit killers that need to be fought simultaneously

It is feared that the devastation wrought by the sudden and deadly resurgence of Ebola in West Africa will continue after the end of the epidemic. This is because in addition to the fact of taking lives, wreaking havoc and bringing down economies that are already fragile, the virus has also disorganized and run into the ground health systems in the most affected countries, leaving populations at the mercy of other killer diseases that affect the region, especially malaria and cholera.

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