Ep. 55 – Ebola & Covid-19

Dr. Gillian Seton shares about her experience as a missionary surgeon when confronting Ebola and Covid-19.

Gillian Seton, MD, is a graduate of the Loma Linda School of Medicine. She was serving as a surgeon at the Cooper Seventh-day Adventist Hospital in Monrovia, Liberia, when the Ebola outbreak hit in 2014, and she is now practicing medicine in Malawi. We recorded the following conversation on March 27, 2020, the first time we had talked in a few decades.


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