National exam Sciences july 2015
National exam Sciences july 2015

 

National exam Sciences july 2015

Today, everyone is talking about the Ebola disease that is spreading across West Africa. It kills many people every day, including volunteer workers and doctors who are treating their patients.Ebola is one of the world’s deadliest diseases, with up to 90% of cases resulting in death. It is thought
to have infected more than 23,800 people, almost all of them in West Africa – Siena Leone, Nigeria, Liberia and Guinea. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the number of death cases reached 9,652 in February 2015. Some patients in Liberia have taken an experimental anti-Ebola drug, called. ZMapp Medical experts say that the drug has helped several patients feel better, but nothing is sure yet.

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