Infectious Diseases

Ebola vs Flu

Ebola vs Flu
Ebola is a rare and deadly disease that kills 25% to 90% of the people it infects. The flu spreads around the world in seasonal epidemics and is more common than Ebola affecting millions annually.

Ebola vs AIDS

Ebola vs AIDS
The main difference AIDS and Ebola is the fact that a person that has been infected with HIV can live for more than 10 years without even getting AIDS. However, a person infected with Ebola will start to show...

Ebola virus vs HIV virus

Ebola virus vs HIV virus
Both originated in Africa, and are carried by host animals. The Ebola virus directly attack any and all cell that it come in to contact with, whereas the HIV virus does not attack any cell, but instead...

Ebola vs Bubonic Plague

Ebola vs Bubonic Plague
Ebola and the Bubonic Plague are two completely different diseases but ones that are capable of creating an epidemic and cause widespread havoc. Ebola is caused by one of the five different types of ebolavirus...

Ebola vs Marburg

Ebola vs Marburg
Both the Ebola virus and the Marburg virus are types of the hemorrhagic fever virus that cause severe illnesses in humans. Their symptoms are nearly identical to each other thus making diagnoses difficult.

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