They thought they would be hailed as heroes-connecting health, history and culture

It has been mEbola and death practiceore than a year since Liberia, a deeply religious country, embraced one of its biggest taboos, cremating bodies-to rein in the rampaging Ebola pandemic. Thirty young men have been shunned by their community.

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