NYC physician tested positive for Ebola

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The man, who had been treating Ebola patients in Guinea with Doctors Without Borders, returned to New York this month and is in isolation at Bellevue Hospital. He is the fourth person diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. -- and the first diagnosed outside of Texas.

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