Nina Pham's beloved King Charles Spaniel called Bentley who is not expected to be destroyed


Holding her beloved dog Bentley, this is the first picture of Nina Pham, the courageous nurse who contracted Ebola while treating 'patient zero' Thomas Eric Duncan – the man who brought the deadly virus to America. The nurse, who had been monitoring her condition following her contact with the Ebola patient, admitted herself to hospital on Friday after her temperature spiked – one of the first symptoms of the deadly virus. Her condition was described as 'clincally stable' on Monday.

The 26-year-old, from Fort Worth, Texas, was one of the team of medical staff who treated Mr Duncan at the Dallas Presbyterian Hospital before he died from the dreaded virus last week.

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  1. nhon le

    October 13, 2014

    Chúc cô chóng khoẻ . (Get well soon ).

  2. Raghav panday

    October 14, 2014

    Wishing you peaceful day and don't forget to smile girl ,,,,

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