© 2015 Peter Free
Deborah Wilson, Inside an Ebola Treatment Unit: A Nurse’s Report, American Journal of Nursing, 115(12): 28-38, DOI: 10.1097/01.NAJ.0000475288.30664.70 (December 2015)
Lest we overlook
Partially hidden between Deborah Wilson’s lines lie the exquisite service, devotion and heroism of many.
A reminder about sanity
The contrast between Deborah Wilson’s story of medical service in a death zone and the United States’ probable war crime should make sane people wonder whether anti-terrorism has too frequently morphed into its opposite.
The moral? — In addition to its public health merit . . .
I recommend Deborah Wilson’s article for the self-sacrificing benevolence it highlights.
Perhaps our diseased world serves to illuminate its proportionately few saints.