Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever

Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever (or Ebola Virus Disease) is named for the Ebola River in the Republic of the Congo, where it first appeared. It is a deadly disease that infects primates, such as monkeys and gorillas, as well as humans. As many as 90% of infected patients die. It is spread by blood and other body fluids and the infection can go from human to human or from animals to humans. At this time, there is no cure.

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