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Kent Brantly, wife Amber: Fighting Ebola ‘an emotional experience’

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Last year Dr. Kent Brantly contracted Ebola in West Africa and was the first American to be treated in the U.S. for the disease. An experimental drug administered at Emory University in Atlanta may have saved his life. He and his wife Amber tell TODAY’s Matt Lauer about their new book, “Called for Life,” and Brantly says he is “forever thankful to the people at Emory.”