We are fortunate to live in a world where many ills and diseases from the past no longer pose a threat to the health of society throughout the world. Unfortunately, the Ebola virus still haunts parts of the globe, namely in Guinea and Liberia, where nearly 200 people have been infected or killed by this disease within the past two months. West Africa is facing an onslaught of this contagion, where the Ebola virus is spreading rapidly.
Ebola (pronounced eh-boh-la) is a type of hemorrhagic fever, distinctive by the fact that it is a group of viruses that affect numerous organs and systems within the body. This disease is usually accompanied by internal and even external bleeding, and currently there is no vaccination for it i.e NO CURE!
Doctors are trying there possible best to come to a compromise with this disease but currently all efforts proved abortive. Ebola virus is contacted by body contact and exchange of body fluid with the infected with the disease.