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FILE - In this Dec. 10, 1984 file photo, Warren M. Anderson, chairman of the board of Union Carbide, speaks in Danbury, Conn. Anderson, who headed Union Carbide Corp. when a chemical leak killed thousands of people in Bhopal, India in 1984, died Sept. 29, 2014 in Vero Beach, Fla. He was 92. (AP Photo/Ron Frehm)
Ex-Union Carbide chief Anderson dead at 92Warren Anderson, chief of Union Carbide during 1984 Bhopal disaster, is dead at 92
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FILE - In this Sept. 18, 2014 file photo, Medicaid Administrator Marilyn Tavenner testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington. A government watchdog agency says Medicare’s prescription drug program kept paying for costly medications even after patients were dead. The problem seems to have started with a bureaucratic rule now getting a second look. A report coming out Friday from the Health and Human Services inspector general says Medicare has been allowing payment for prescriptions filled up to 32 days after a patient’s death.  (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)
Medicare paid for meds after patients were deadMedicare rule allows payment for prescriptions up to 32 days after a person dies
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In this photo taken Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, a medical car that will be used for the fight against the Ebola virus is unloaded upon arrival by air from the United States at an airport in Conakry, Guinea. The head of Africa’s continental body did not get to an Ebola-hit country until last week - months after alarm bells first rang and nearly 5,000 deaths later. (AP Photo/Youssouf Bah)
Africans worst responders in Ebola crisisAfricans shun the E-word, worst responders as Ebola poses biggest continental threat in years
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A state trooper is stationed across from the house of nurse Kaci Hickox in Fort Kent, Maine, Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. State officials are going to court to keep Hickox in quarantine for the remainder of the 21-day incubation period for Ebola that ends on Nov. 10. Police are monitoring her, but can't detain her without a court order signed by a judge.( AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)
Soldier or civilian, Ebola protocols not the sameFor soldiers or civilians returning from West Africa, Ebola protocols are not the same
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A look at Ebola guidelines in some statesHere's a look at what some states are setting as guidelines on Ebola safety
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Lawsuit: Surgical gowns let diseases pass throughLawsuit: Kimberly-Clark falsely advertised surgical gowns' protection against bodily fluids
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Nurse Kaci Hickox, right, and her boyfriend, Ted Wilbur, take delivery of a pizza at their home in Fort Kent, Maine, Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. State officials are going to court to keep Hickox in quarantine for the remainder of the 21-day incubation period for Ebola that ends on Nov. 10. Police are monitoring her, but can't detain her without a court order signed by a judge. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)
Efforts to compromise with Maine nurse stallMaine locked in standoff with defiant nurse over Ebola precautions as compromise efforts stall
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Ebola fears infect Louisiana medical conferenceEbola fears infect a medical conference: Louisiana tells some attendees to stay away
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FILE - In this Oct. 24, 2014, file photo, people walk past The Meatball Shop in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York. Dr. Craig Spencer, who has been diagnosed with Ebola, recently ate at the restaurant, which was temporarily closed as a precaution. After Spencer was settled at a hospital, New York department of health workers reconstructed in detail his movements in the days since his return form Guinea where he was treating patients with Ebola. They combined information from his Metrocard, phone records and friends to paint a picture of his days and to assess whether anyone else may have been exposed and found that he had visited the restaurant. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
Ebola case highlights work of NYC disease sleuthsEbola case highlights work of NYC's disease sleuths who investigate and identify outbreaks
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A worker from the Centers for Disease Control leaves the home of nurse Kaci Hickox after a brief visit, Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014, in Fort Kent, Maine. State officials are going to court to keep Hickox in quarantine for the remainder of the 21-day incubation period for Ebola that ends on Nov. 10. Police are monitoring her, but can't detain her without a court order signed by a judge. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)
Ebola quarantines: Can states do that?Can states do that? Ebola quarantines trigger debate over public health vs civil liberties
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This handout image provided by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) shows a label from Gerber Good Start Gentle formula. Federal regulators announced Thursday they were suing Gerber, the well-known baby food maker, for claiming that its Good Start Gentle formula can prevent or reduce allergies in children.  (AP Photo/FTC)
FTC accuses Gerber of false claim on baby formulaGovernment says Gerber made false claim that Good Start Gentle formula can prevent allergies
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FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Maynard family shows Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old terminally ill woman who plans to take her own life under Oregon’s death with dignity law. Maynard, who has advanced brain cancer, has said she plans use Oregon's death-with-dignity law to end her own life Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014 though she could still change her mind. (AP Photo/Maynard Family, File)
Terminally ill woman may postpone taking her lifeTerminally ill woman says she feels 'good enough' to possibly delay day she plans to take life
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