Dr. Kent Brantly, the physician who contracted Ebola in June while working in Liberia, is scheduled to speak at a missions health conference Nov. 6 to 8 at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville.
The church's newspaper, The Southeast Outlook, reported Thursday that Brantly will join thousands of medical professionals and missionaries at the Global Missions Health Conference.
The conference will feature free sessions dealing with Ebola.
Brantly made a full recovery from the virus at Emory Hospital in Atlanta.
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For more information about the conference, go to Medicalmissions.com.