According to Liberian officials, Thomas Duncan, the individual in Dallas that has the Ebola virus lied about contact with the disease when asked during when exiting. He answered "no" on the question about whether he had cared for a patient with the deadly virus. He also answered "no" to the question as to whether he had touched the body of someone who died from the disease. Witnesses and community leaders have said that he was caring for a patient with ebola. There is no doubt that the medical treatment for a patient with ebola in the United States is far better than for a patient in Liberia. I'm not accusing Thomas Duncan of this but I'm starting a debate about whether a person knowing they had the disease and knowing that chances of survival in West Africa were far lower than in America might lie on the exit interviews and board a plane for here knowing that their chance of survival was far better. Should the USA stop travelers from coming from West Africa? Should travelers from effected areas be quarantined prior to boarding the plane to the USA? Truthfully, this applies to those of you across the pond, as well. People with this disease may decide that their chances are better in the UK or another European nation.