7 Most fatal diseases of all time

Leprosy

Cholera

Every year, the death toll of people dying from Cholera is close to 100,000. On an average, the number of people that can affect by it is around 5 million. The small intestines get affected due to the transmission of the Cholera Virus. This can be due to eating food or drinking water, which contains the feces of a person who is infected with the virus.

Lung Cancer

lung-cancer-

We all know that Cancer on its own is a dreaded disease, but lung cancer takes the cake. It affects men and women and is one of the leading causes of death in many cancer patients. On average, the annual number of people who die because of lung cancer is close to 1.38 million.

Ebola

Ebola

The Ebola epidemic is unforgettable, well it still has its hold, as people still fear this dreaded diseases. The victims of this disease often complain of muscle weakness, fevers, external and internal bleeding and other such symptoms. Scientists and researchers are still trying to find out a cure for this disease. Even in history, this is one of the worst and deadliest outbreaks that are known to humankind that claimed many lives.

Tetanus

Tetanus

A person can develop tetanus through either a deep puncture wound or even a small cut. Through this disease, the skeletal muscle fibers of a person contracts drastically. Eventually due to the progression of the disease, it results to condition known as jaw lock. This is because of the development of muscle spasms on the jaw area.

Leprosy

Leprosy

One of the oldest diseases and chronic diseases known on Earth, due to this disease, many people have even been humiliated and cut off from the rest of the society. No doubt, today, there are various treatments available for this disease. When you look at the skin of a patient suffering your will find deformities.

HIV

HIV

This disease takes the life of more than 30 million people every year. It affects even more every year. HIV is the virus that leads to AIDS. The immune system of the person gets affected. It makes the person more vulnerable to diseases like cancer and other such infections so that it can thrive on it.

Malaria

malaria

People who suffer of Malaria often complain of headache and fever. This is an infectious disease, which is caused by mosquitoes. If this is left untreated, it can also lead to the death of the person. In some cases, a person can also go into coma. There is no vaccination for this disease yet.

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