ABC News’ chief medical editor declares NYC doctor with Ebola a ‘hero’

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Let’s just say that NBC News’ chief medical editor Nancy Snyderman didn’t do much for our confidence in TV doctors when she broke self-quarantine for Ebola to go to a restaurant to pick up a takeout order. Tonight, ABC News’ chief medical editor is weighing in on the case of a doctor in New York City who has tested positive for Ebola, and his professional medical opinion is that Doctors Without Borders physician Dr. Craig Spencer is a hero.

Yes, he was isolated: except for when he was on the subway and at a bowling alley and in a cab — two days after reportedly feeling “sluggish.”

We’ll remind CNN’s chief national security correspondent Jim Sciutto that it’s OK for a journalist to ask questions.

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Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/10/23/abc-news-chief-medical-editor-declares-new-york-city-doctor-with-ebola-a-hero/

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