the UKGuardian says the outbreak "is out of control", and the "doctors without frontiers" group is claiming they treated 400 plus, meaning they treat most of the cases (why do I wonder if there are more cases out there?)
The traditional African way to treat these patients was similar to how they treated smallpox: Put them in a hut away from the village, put food and water at the door of the hut, and if no one picks it up after a week or two, burn the hut down.
Sounds cruel, but when a lot of folks blame the massive number of Native American deaths from European diseases on the fact that they cared for their sick relatives, it probably kills a lot fewer people than being "compassionate".
And the "christian" way would be to let volunteers to care for the sick:
Calling Father Damian...