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Second Texas case: Something went wrong. Health officials are trying to figure out what. A nurse, who treated a dying Ebola patient in Texas, wore a mask, gown, shield and gloves, but she still got the virus. The woman, identified by CNN affiliate WFAA as Nina Pham, is the first person to have contracted the deadly virus in the United States. Yesterday, Pham got a blood transfusion from American Ebola survivor Kent Brantly. It's believed his antibodies will help her. The CDC said it's still unknown how the infection occurred, only that a "breach in protocol" for treating a patient happened. Other caregivers are being monitored for signs of infection.