We dwell within a world awash with myriad strains of viruses and bacteria. Some are beneficial and vital for human life, others are detrimental and deadly. Occasionally, one of these strains catches the attention of the media and a new threat of a pending worldwide pandemic is born. Such is the case with Ebola. Dr. Gary Ridenour dissects the Ebola virus, explaining what it does, where it came from and how it spreads in this interview with George Noory.
Dr. Gary C. Ridenour has been practicing medicine for 39 years after graduating from the Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico in 1975. He practices medicine in Fallon, NV and specializes in General Practice and Internal Medicine. Dr. Ridenour speaks English and Spanish.