A South African doctor explains why she's dedicated to helping sick children in Sierra Leone where the deadly virus has struck every day she runs the risk of contracting the deadly Ebola virus but she'll make her peace with dying from the debilitating disease if that turns out to be her fate... "I'm not a fearful person by nature: Dr Juli Switala says...

"I'd rather live 100 percent than live to be 100: The 32-year-old paediatrician is one of 3 400 doctors, health workers, national sanitation ("watsan") and admin staff who work under the banner of the international organisation Doctors Without Borders (DWB) in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Senegal and Sierra Leone... They're at the forefront of trying to stem the Ebola epidemic.