BBC World Today interviews Prof. David Sanders on the Ebola virus

09-07-2010

DAvid Sanders

BBC World Today aired an interview on Monday Aug. 23rd with structural biologist David Sanders about the new developments in the treatment of Ebola virus being developed by others. The interview covers why Ebola is so dangerous, potential modes of fighting it, its potential use as a bioweapon, and Sanders own experience visiting a formerly secret bioweapons lab in Siberia to prevent the spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction expertise (as a participant in the United States Defense Threat Reduction Agency's Biological Weapons Proliferation Prevention Program).

Interview

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