Infectious disease doctor Dr Jose G Castro decribes the protective gear that UM medical student Christopher Dermarkarian is wearing. The medical team uses the gear when treating patients with infectious diseases, including those at risk of the Ebola virus at Ryder Trauma at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Infectious disease doctor Dr Jose G Castro decribes the protective gear that UM medical student Christopher Dermarkarian is wearing. The medical team uses the gear when treating patients with infectious diseases, including those at risk of the Ebola virus at Ryder Trauma at Jackson Memorial Hospital. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Infectious disease doctor Dr Jose G Castro decribes the protective gear that UM medical student Christopher Dermarkarian is wearing. The medical team uses the gear when treating patients with infectious diseases, including those at risk of the Ebola virus at Ryder Trauma at Jackson Memorial Hospital. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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