Unborn Fights for Life After Ebola

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Unborn Fights for Life After Ebola

Bradley Mattes   |   February 04, 2015

The Ebola epidemic last year killed about eight-thousand people in West Africa.  Fatimata Kabia was seven weeks pregnant when she contracted the deadly disease.  It killed most of her family.  Her parents, brother, sister and husband all succumbed.  Fatimata was terrified, because pregnant women rarely survive and their unborn babies never do.  But then a miraculous thing occurred—she started feeling better.  She attributes her recovery to God and the drugs.  So far her baby continues to live.  However doctors believe Ebola can pool in the placenta, like Malaria.  Women have been cured but tests on the miscarried baby show the unborn child not only had the virus, but “Off the charts” according to one doctor.  Let’s pray for this baby who’s facing such grave odds.

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