Monrovia, Liberia—At a treatment center on October 2, a man pushes a wheelbarrow containing a woman thought to be a victim of the Ebola virus. Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said the outbreak that has devastated her country was showing signs of stabilizing, even as the official death toll rose again. That bit of optimism aside, another problem may soon arise in the form of famine, as quarantined farmers have been forced to stop working and crop yields look to be thinner as a result.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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