82 percent of Ebola patients are being turned from hospitals to die in the home.

This leaves the other 82 % to meander about, haphazardly infecting others who then infect more others, and on and on it goes with no result in sight. By January 20, say experts, as many as 1.4 million people could become infected with Ebola in West Africa because of this epidemic of non-containment. NYT says lack of Ebola treatment centers creating ‘ballooning circle of contagion’ Increasing the dilemma is a growing lack of available health workers, a lot of whom are as well fearful to enter the Ebola zone to offer care. At this point, the governments of the worst-hit countries are performing as body-collectors, going town to city to collect the dead, as containment and prevention is no longer an option.Related StoriesMD Anderson study reveals why chemotherapy medicines not effective for many pancreatic cancer patientsStudy displays uncommon HER2 missense mutations usually do not spread breasts cancer on the ownViralytics enters into scientific trial collaboration agreement with MSDAfter a five-year follow-up, interim analysis of the data showed a larger than 30 per cent improvement in disease-free survival for those receiving RNI. This resulted from a 41 per cent lower rate of recurrences in the breast and lymph nodes and a 36 per cent lower rate of tumor recurrence in other areas of the body.