Forum at LBJ Library to discuss Ebola response

AUSTIN (KXAN)- The LBJ Library is holding a “Future Forum” on the Ebola response in Texas. The panel will discuss how doctors and government officials responded to the Ebola crisis. They will also talk about lessons learned for future outbreaks.

Dr. Philip Huang, medical director for Travis County Health and Human Services, and Rico Reyes, the panel’s moderator gave KXAN a preview of the forum.

The Future Form starts at 6:30 Tuesday night at the LBJ Library. You have to register online to attend.

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