Essay On Ebola

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The Red Death Want to hear something scary that a lot of people have to go through alone every year with no help? This is one of the many things that the disease can do to your body. Thomas Geisbert, an immunologist at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston states, "At the end stage of the disease, you have small leaks in blood vessels, you end up with essentially no blood pressure. Your body temperature drops and you go into shock.”(1) Ebola is the worst disease in human history. First, Ebola is one of the most deadly diseases ever. It can kill you with in a matter of a weeks. In addition, It is very contagious and any bodily fluid from a person who has Ebola comes in to contact with you with absorb into your skin and you will receive Ebola.
First, Ebola is one of the most deadly diseases ever. It can kill you with in a matter of a weeks, a couple if you’re lucky. Some of the most deadly symptoms are chills, dehydration, fatigue, fever, loss of appetite, malaise, sweating, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, or vomiting blood, coughing up blood, eye redness, headache, mental confusion, red spots on skin, or sore throat. The bacteria form it comes in is red and worm shaped hence
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First, Ebola is one of the most deadly diseases ever and it can kill you with in a matter of one week. In addition, It is very contagious and any bodily fluid from a person who has ebola comes in to contact with you with absorb into your skin and you will receive ebola. Unicef and other organizations are working to help bring medicine to people who are going through this terrible disease with no hope in sight. Currently the cases of Ebola have come to a slight stop but scientists say it is not over. There are spread out cases occurring in Liberia and Sierra Leone and mostly in very poor places where there is no help. You can help by donating to these organizations that continue to help fight Ebola off, end this “Red
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