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1989: ND vs. Michigan - Rocket's kick returns

   In 1989, #2Michigan played #1Notre Game in an exciting college football game.  The euphemism, "speed kills" was used to describe Rocket Ishmail "stellar performance". His two run backs for touchdowns lead to the defeat of Michigan. 
     Dr Thomas Frieden, Director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated to the news media "with controlling the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone, Speed really matters. Our experience in communities in all three countries is that if we can get rapid response teams very quickly we can stop a cluster." 
     Reuters reports that in Eastern Sierra Leone, the Ebola death toll continues to rise. In Koidu, the capital of Kono district, there appears to be a significant number of citizens that are unaware of the how Ebola is transmitted. This lack of information plays a key role in the proliferation of the pathogen. Currently, Sierra Leone is engaged in an operation to provide information, identify patients with EVD, treat them, and contain the spread of Ebola.

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