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The NBC News freelancer who contracted Ebola in Liberia and was declared virus-free on Tuesday spoke with NBC News' Kate Snow in an exclusive interview that aired Wednesday. Ashoka Mukpo said he's still feeling the effects of his battle with the deadly virus, but that he doesn't regret his decision to work in West Africa. "I'm just fortunate to be alive," Mukpo said. "Every breath I take, every step I take, is just a reminder of how valuable and precious life is.” Check back here for the full Kate Snow interview. Read »
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