Conditions improving for Ebola patients treated in U.S.

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Conditions are improving for the Ebola patients being treated in the U.S.

Ashoka Mukpo is the news cameraman who caught the virus in Liberia.

He is leaving a hospital in Nebraska this week after tests showed he was cured.

An infected nurse’s aide in Spain, Teresa Romero, has also tested clean.

Texas nurse Nina Pham, who treated patient Thomas Duncan before he died, is now in good condition.

But these success stories don’t mean much to Duncan’s fiancé. She was under quarantine, when he died.

The other Texas nurse, Amber Vinson, is still being treated in Atlanta. She is keeping her condition private.

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