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PROJECT about Ebola

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Agassi Student

on 30 March 2016

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PROJECT about Ebola
Ebola is one of the worst diseas ever.One day I want to find or make a cure for ebola and any other diseases in the world.Ebola most likley took place in Africa.
The Ebola epidemic in West Africa is capturing the world’s attention and rightfully so. It is the largest and longest Ebola outbreak in history, and has taken the lives of more people than all other Ebola outbreaks combined. To make matters even worse, a second deadly impact of the Ebola outbreak is looming. As Ebola spreads, the number and severity of malnourished children in Sierra Leone and Liberia will increase dramatically. We must act now to save precious lives.
Ebola in 2015
What is Ebloa
Action Against Hunger is working closely with health and aid agencies in Sierra Leone and Liberia to stop the spread of Ebola.
How an infectious disease is transmitted – whether through direct contact with bodily fluids, through air, or other means, as well as whether human-to-human transmission is possible – is important for understanding how to prevent and track the disease. Ebola is transmitted only through direct contact with bodily fluids, as are HIV and Hepatitis C. Other diseases, such as measles and SARS, are transmitted through airborne means. Human- to-human transmission occurs for all of the diseases included in this profile except for malaria, which is transmitted by mosquitoes to humans
The Ebola Virus
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