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Time’s Ebola Firefighters

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Time Person of the Year

This image provided by Time Magazine, Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014, announces the Ebola fighters as its Person of The Year for 2014. The title, according to the magazine, goes to an individual or group who has had the biggest impact on the news over the course of the previous year. The issue carries five covers, and here, shows Dr. Jerry Brown, the Liberian surgeon who turned his hospital's chapel into the country's first Ebola treatment center. (AP Photo/Time Magazine)

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Time Person of the Year

This image provided by Time Magazine, on Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014, features Salome Karwah as one of the Ebola fighters named as the Person of The Year for 2014. The title, according to the magazine, goes to an individual or group who has had the biggest impact on the news over the course of the previous year. (AP Photo/Time Magazine)

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Time Person of the Year

This image provided by Time Magazine, on Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014, features Foday Gallah, as one of the Ebola fighters named as the Person of The Year for 2014. The title, according to the magazine, goes to an individual or group who has had the biggest impact on the news over the course of the previous year. (AP Photo/Time Magazine)

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Time Person of the Year

This image provided by Time Magazine, on Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014, features Ella Watson-Stryker, as one of the Ebola fighters named as the Person of The Year for 2014. The title, according to the magazine, goes to an individual or group who has had the biggest impact on the news over the course of the previous year. (AP Photo/Time Magazine)

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Time Person of the Year

This image provided by Time Magazine, on Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014, features Dr. Kent Brantly as one of the Ebola fighters named as the Person of The Year for 2014. The title, according to the magazine, goes to an individual or group who has had the biggest impact on the news over the course of the previous year. (AP Photo/Time Magazine)