DOCTORS at the Carlos III hospital where Ebola victim Teresa Romero is being treated are hopeful about her condition.
The hospital’s director, Antonio Andreu, said today that the team treating Romero are ‘hopeful within the limits of prudence’.
Andreu explained that every day she remains stable increases chances of recovery while adding that the 15 patients under voluntary supervision are not showing any symptoms.
Meanwhile Fernando Simon, Director of the Alert Centre from the Health Ministry, reminded that ‘a person with Ebola is always in a critical situation, and as the illness advances it could affect other organs’.
He said caution was to be taken when speaking about the possible outcome and progress of the case.
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