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ATLANTA, Ga. – Nancy Writebol, the American missionary who contracted Ebola while serving in Liberia returned to the U.S. today, according to SIM (www.simusa.org), the Christian mission organization with which she serves. She is currently at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Ga. The organization will hold a press conference today at 2 p.m. EDT to update the media.

The press conference will be held at the Miller Ward Alumni House, Governor’s Hall, located at 815 Houston Mill Road, Atlanta, Ga. Bruce Johnson, president of SIM USA will be available to answer questions.

The latest updates on Writebol’s condition and SIM’s role in the Ebola epidemic in Liberia are available at www.simusa.org.

SIM is an international Christian mission with a staff of nearly 3,000 workers serving in more than 65 countries. In addition to medicine, SIM serves on every continent in areas of education, community development, public health and Christian witness. While SIM stood for Sudan Interior Mission when it was founded 120 years ago, it is now a global mission known as SIM. Two of SIM’s three founders died of disease within the first year of the organization’s founding. Yet SIM continued on to become one of the largest Christian medical missions in the world.

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