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A second case at home: As the U.S. scrambles with the second Ebola case at home, concerns are growing about whether the nation's hospitals are equipped to prevent an outbreak. But federal officials said early detection highlights the high state of alert medical facilities are under since a Liberian man died of Ebola at a Texas hospital last week. The second case is a nurse who was taking care of him. The World Health Organization estimates 8,300 people have contracted Ebola during this year's outbreak in West Africa. Of those, more than 4,000 have died.