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  1. O que Estão Escondendo de Você: 4 Maneiras Naturais de Combate ao EbolaNews
    contra o vírus Ebola, têm sido documentados ter extrema promessa na dissuasão de mais uma epidemia de vírus. Mas como o mundo espera por Bill & Melinda Gates para revelarem suas últimas novidadesRead more
  2. photo Amazing – It is Believed That This is The Natural Cure For <b>Ebola</b> <b>Virus</b>Amazing – It is Believed That This is The Natural Cure For Ebola VirusTreatment
    The Ebola virus, member of the Filoviridae family, is an Ebola hemorrhagic fever -- a disease that is often fatal for people and mammals. In many types of this virus the death rate goes upRead more
  3. photo O tratamento nutricional pode salvar vidas de pacientes com <b>EBOLA</b>O tratamento nutricional pode salvar vidas de pacientes com EBOLATreatment
    , disse que a epidemia de Ebola está fora de controle. “O virus ataca os tecidos moles do corpo – um processo que alguns médicos descrevem, sem rodeios, como assistir um paciente ‘dissolver‘, informa PaulRead more
  4. photo This Chinese herbal medicine could be the cure for <b>Ebola</b>, scientists discoverThis Chinese herbal medicine could be the cure for Ebola, scientists discoverNews
    In the search for a safe and effective treatment for the Ebola virus, researchers from Texas have discovered a novel compound found in a natural Chinese herb that they say works better than anyRead more
  5. photo U.S. government begins human trials of genetically modified <b>Ebola</b> vaccineU.S. government begins human trials of genetically modified Ebola vaccineNews
    respiratory virus known as human parainfluenza virus type 3, or HPIV3, that scientists artificially engineered to contain genes from the Ebola virus. These genes purportedly encode the proteins of Ebola virusRead more
  6. photo Learn the facts - <b>Ebola</b> carriers can be infectious without symptoms; symptoms merely increase transmissibilityLearn the facts - Ebola carriers can be infectious without symptoms; symptoms merely increase transmissibilityNews
    . Even if an Ebola carrier is not showing symptoms, admits the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) quietly on its website, he or she can still spread the disease to others.ThisRead more
  7. photo CDC Admits <b>Ebola</b> Could Be AirborneCDC Admits Ebola Could Be AirborneTreatment
    Tom Fried, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, came out with the claim that the Ebola virus might be airborne. “It’s the single greatest concern I’ve ever had in myRead more
  8. photo W.H.O. contradicts CDC, admits <b>Ebola</b> can spread via coughing, sneezing and by touching contaminated surfacesW.H.O. contradicts CDC, admits Ebola can spread via coughing, sneezing and by touching contaminated surfacesNews
    the patient!"Not "airborne" but can spread through the airBoth the CDC and the WHO continue to aggressively insist that Ebola is not an "airborne" disease. "Ebola virus disease is not an airborne infectionRead more
  9. photo <b>Ebola</b> <b>virus</b> remains in survivors' semen six months after recoveryEbola virus remains in survivors' semen six months after recoveryNews
    of anyone who had died from the disease. It was later discovered, however, that her boyfriend was an Ebola survivor. She had been in contact with him after his blood tested free of the deadly virus six monthsRead more
  10. photo <b>Ebola</b> is preventable and less likely than the fluEbola is preventable and less likely than the fluNews
    Though it is a frightening chain of events, Ebola and other infections can be prevented with augmented human behavior. In fact, Ebola is less infectious than the Flu virus, reports Tom Solomon fromRead more

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Ebola virus

Disease

Ebola virus is a very dangerous virus. It causes a hemorrhagic fever called Ebola virus disease. "Hemorrhagic" means that the victim will bleed a lot, inside and outside their body. Out of every 10 people who get Ebola, on average five to nine die. There are four kinds of Ebola virus that can cause the disease. The virus was first found in Sudan. It is found in Africa, with very few cases in...More