This report has been written to inform the readers of the potentially hazardous disease Ebola, and how it is contracted and some background information on the discovery of Ebola.
The Ebola virus is a member of a family of RNA Viruses, known as Filvoviruses.The Ebola Virus does not occur often as the last reported Ebola Infection was on November 24 1995, by a Swiss researcher on the Ivory Coast.
The Ebola Virus is very infectious.Ebola viruses are spread through close personal contact with a person who is very ill with the disease.Usually the wide spread action of the virus takes place among hospital care workers or family members who were aiding and infected person.Ebola can spread by the use of unsterile medical instruments, which occurs frequently in underdeveloped countries like Zaire and Sudan, but is unlikely to spread by close contact with persons who are effected who show no symptoms.
Filvoviruses are the viruses responsible for causing viral haemorrhagic fevers.Viral haemorrhagic fevers begin with a fever and muscle aches.Ebola Zaire attacks every organ and tissue in the human body except skeletal muscle and bone.It is a perfect parasite because it transforms virtually every part of the body into a digested slime of virus particles.The seven mysterious proteins that, assembled together, make up the Ebola virus particle work as a relentless machine, a molecular shark, and they consume the body as the virus makes copies of itself.Your organs turn into mush and the underlayers of your skin dies and liquefy.The skin bubbles up to form a blood rash.Your mouth bleeds, and you bleed around your teeth, and you may have haemorrhages from the salivary glands.Every opening in your body, no matter how small, begins to excrete blood.The surface of the tongue turns brilliant red and then falls off.It is swallowed or spat out when you vomit up blood.You

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