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From our colleagues at the African Society for Laboratory Medicine (ASLM):
As the world’s most devastating Ebola epidemic draws to a close, governments and local institutions are looking to the future. Emerging from the urgent task of crisis management, experts are asking what steps can be taken to rebuild badly shaken health infrastructures. In the words of Liberian president Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, the tasks are now to “stamp out the last embers of this epidemic, transition toward restoration of health services and rebuild our health system in a resilient manner.”