Doctor who saved British Ebola nurse praises NHS

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Doctor who saved British Ebola nurse praises NHS

The doctor who led the hospital team that saved Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey today praised the NHS for saving her life.

Dr Michael Jacobs said he was thrilled and “incredibly proud” to see Ms Cafferkey being discharged from the Royal Free on Saturday after three-and-a-half weeks in insolation. 

The Evening Standard's health editor Ross Lydall went to meet the team who save Miss Cafferkey's life.

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