Ebola is a new global concern and unnecessarily freaking a lot of people
out through fear mongering and misinformation.
The Ebola outbreak has killed around 4,500 people mostly from Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia.
There is good news however as there have been people who have survived the rampage of the virus by hydration and it is these people's plasma that is going to be
used to create a serum to help current and future sufferers of the illness. If a person has fought the illness and survived, their body has learned to fight the
virus and overpower it and they would have antibodies in their system that would be able to fight it.
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Ebola outbreak is just the beginning of pattern of deadly diseases, says science writer.
The Ebola outbreak according to David Quammen who has has spent years researching emerging viruses officially known as zoonotic —
they live in an animal host and occasionally jump to, or “spill over”, into human beings.
With the US in the grips of an Ebola panic after Texan nurse Nina Pham was diagnosed with the deadly virus, Quammen has issued an ominous warning: “This is not a one-time deal”.