breaking newsTexas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas is carefully evaluating a patient who may have Ebola Virus Disease. Based on the patient’s symptoms and recent travel history, the patient has been admitted into “strict isolation,” said spokeswoman Candace White in a prepared statement. Preliminary test results are expected Tuesday. The hospital is following Centers for Disease Control and Texas Department of Heath recommendations to ensure the safety of patients, staff, volunteers, physicians and visitors, White said. In August, Dr. Kent Brantly, a Fort Worth doctor who contracted Ebola while working as an aid worker in Africa, was treated in an Atlanta hospital for the virus. Brantly was discharged after nearly three weeks of treatment. He and another American aid worker, Nancy Writebol, received an experimental treatment called Zmapp. It’s unknown if the drug helped or whether they improved on their own, as others who have survived the disease did. DallasNews