The most dangerous virus. By:Jesus. Anthrax.
Anthrax is a diseased caused by a bacterium called Bacillus Anthracis. There are three types of anthrax, skin, lung, and digestive. Anthrax has lately become a major world issue for its ability to become an epidemic and spread quickly and easily among people through contact with spores.
HIV is the virus that causes AIDS. As it has become a world epidemic. Many people who contract HIV live for years with the it, but many do eventually die. HIV is usually contracted through contact with blood, semen or vaginal fluid of an infected person. Although many steps can be taken to prevent disease transmission there is still no cure for HIV/AIDS.
Discovered in 1976, this killer virus has killed millions across the world. The virus is transmitted from the host (usually an animal) to the first case-patient. From this point, others are usually infected through contact with body secretions of the infected person.
Marburg virus like the Ebola virus is a type of hemorrhagic fever. The two diseases share the same symptoms are almost indistinguishable from each other. This deadly virus has a 50-90% mortality rate.
Patients with typhoid fever sometimes demonstrate a rash of flat, rose-colored spots and a sustained fever of 103 to 104..
SARS is a severe respiratory illness caused by the Coronavirus. It became a world issue in 2003 during a major worldwide outbreak, especially concentrated in Asia. Symptoms include headache, fever, diarrhea and dry cough. An estimated 15% die from the virus.
Health Organization, every child on this planet will get infected with the Rotavirus at least once until the age of five. While in the developed countries the Rotavirus is very unlikely to claim any victims, in under-developed states it takes the lives of more than half of a million children..
This form of the flu is common among birds (usually poultry) and infects humans through contact with secretions of an infected bird. Although rare, those infected have a high incidence of death. Symptoms are like those of the more common human form of influenza.