British Ebola nurse remains in a critical condition in Royal Free Hospital

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Dry January Katie Hopkins Homeless Veterans Campaign George Osborne Greece Michael Gove News >UK >Home News Ebola in the UK: Pauline Cafferkey, the British nurse infected with virus, remains in a critical condition in Royal Free Hospital Ms Cafferkey was diagnosed last Monday by doctors in Glasgow where she had arrived after flying from Sierra Leone
Steve Connor Steve Connor Steve Connor is the Science Editor of The Independent. He has won many awards for his journalism, including five-times winner of the prestigious British science writers’ award; the David Perlman Award of the American Geophysical Union; twice commended as specialist journalist of the year in the UK Press Awards; UK health journalist of the year and a special merit award of the European School of Oncology for his investigative journalism. He has a degree in zoology from the University of Oxford and has a special interest in genetics and medical science, human evolution and origins, climate change and the environment.
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Print Your friend’s email address Your email address Note: We do not store your email address(es) but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies A A A Email The British nurse infected with the Ebola virus remains in a critical condition in intensive care at the Royal Free Hospital in London where she has undergone experimental transfusion therapy with blood plasma donated by previous survivors.
A spokeswoman for the hospital said on Sunday night that Pauline Cafferkey, who was the first person in Britain to be diagnosed with Ebola following her return from Sierra Leone, had deteriorated gradually over the previous few days.