A British nurse who was struck down with Ebola after treating victims of the disease in Africa has now recovered from her second bout of the disease.
In a statement, the Royal Free Hospital in London said Pauline Cafferkey had made a "full recovery", is no longer infectious, and has been transferred to Glasgow's Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
In a statement, Ms Cafferkey said she is "forever thankful for the amazing care I have received at the Royal Free Hospital".
She added: "For a second time staff across many departments of the hospital have worked incredibly hard to help me recover and I will always be grateful to them and the NHS.
"I am looking forward to returning to Scotland and to seeing my family and friends again."http://news.sky.com/story/1585975/nurse-pauline-cafferkey-beats-ebola-twice
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