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The first mile: community experience of outbreak control during an Ebola outbreak in Luwero District, Uganda Background: A major challenge to outbreak control lies in early detection of viral haemorrhagic fevers (VHFs) in local community contexts during the critical initial stages of an epidemic, when risk of spreading is its highest (“the first mile”). Anthropologists, for example, are as passionately attached to the values of science as they understand them as are any other toilers in the vineyard of science.

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