Dr. Oz answers your Ebola questions

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The recent Ebola cases, including Dallas nurse Amber Vinson from Northeast Ohio, has a lot of people left with many questions.

Doctor Oz joined us on FOX 8 News in The Morning Thursday to answer your top concerns.

He told us he is not surprised that two nurses have contracted the disease.

"Everyone is saying the same thing. We are woefully unprepared to manage Ebola. We can blame the hospital in Texas but it's really not fair. We are doing a live experiment," Dr. Oz told us.

Dr. Oz also said it is very likely that we will see more health care workers infected with Ebola.


He said in most hospitals, the concern is stopping the spread of a virus from patient-to-patient.

For the rest of us, Dr. Oz believes the risk is low.

Watch his interview above to learn more.

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