Dr. Craig Spencer, who became infected with Ebola and received life-saving treatment in November 2014, has blasted the media this month in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Dr. Spencer claims media hype likely killed people because it caused unnecessary fear that lead to overreactions and patients not receiving adequate care said Marc Sparks.
According to the interview with Dr. Spencer, it is correct in that the media did focus a great deal on conjecture, he has ignored the fact that news outlets always hype up news stories and that there are much bigger issues than how the media presented information:
The United States government and other world governments, as well as medical officials, failed to properly educate citizens about Ebola preceding last year’s events and continue to do so through today. A little over two months ago the CDC still had incorrect information online about Ebola transmission. It is true that the public relies on the media for honest, scientific information but ultimately it is the responsibility of the government and medical officials to appropriately educate the public.
Worse yet, Dr. Spencer’s focus should be on the poor initial response by government and medical officials that resulted in two nurses in Texas being exposed to the virus that then resulted in the fearful event of an infected nurse traveling by airplane, and another nurse who was suspected of being exposed turning the situation into her own personal citizen’s rights campaign.
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