CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL (CDC) Epidemiologist Portfolio (Ebola)-Kadon-Johnson.pptx

CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL (CDC) Epidemiologist Portfolio (Ebola)-Kadon-Johnson.pptx

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CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL (CDC) EPIDEMIOLOGIST PORTFOLIO Kadon Johnson Biology B Teacher: Jacqueline Gerbermann
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SYMPTOMS OF EBOLA Signs of Ebola would be symptoms like; fever, severe headache, muscle pain , physical weakness, fatigue, diarrhea, vomiting, upper/abdominal stomach pain and/ or unexplained bruising or bleeding (possible a random hemorrhage). Symptoms like this won’t appear right away it might take a few days for it to be apparent.
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HOW DID EBOLA START? Ebola has been around for over 16 years but never been such a big headline deal until almost 13 to 14 year later. Because on December 6, 2013, a little boy named Emile Ouamouno died at the age of two. His illness has spread to his sister, mother and grandmother who died the following month. Due to the Ebola virus surfacing do recently and saving the patients were not possible at the time. However, after examination of the young man and his family found out that he might have fallen ill due to a fruit bat from Guinea.
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HISTORY OF EBOLA &
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