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Duke graduate back from Africa after Ebola scare

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A Duke University graduate is back home after spending time in the Ebola "hot zone." (WTVD-TV)

A Duke University graduate is back home after spending time in the Ebola "hot zone." (WTVD-TV)

RALEIGH, N.C. — A Duke University graduate is back home after spending time in the Ebola “hot zone.”

WTVD-TV reported that Shreyan Sen was volunteering with the Peace Corps in Guinea when the outbreak began.

“There’s a lot of things we take for granted in the U.S.,” said Sen, according to the TV station.

Sen spent two years in Guinea as an educational volunteer. He taught teaching physics, math, and English. It was during the last few months of the mission that he witnessed a crisis.

“We were explicitly told not to go to health centers during the outbreak,” said Sen.

Read more: WTVD-TV

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