Farhan Asrar, a Mississauga-based doctor, is lead author of a paper that looks at how space technology could be used to tackle the Ebola virus.
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Could space technology be used to better tackle disease outbreak? Mississauga doctor thinks so

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MISSISSAUGA – Outer space and Ebola – it sounds like something out of a B-movie.

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