7 types of dangerous diseases in the world

Maybe you all do not realize, how dangerous if we are exposed to diseases that can harm our bodies. initially we underestimate simple diseases. For example filek disease, fever, cough and so on We do not immediately overcome quickly, instead we assume it is a small thing, but you do not know that it can harm you. Moreover, we consume food that we don't know about its quality. Whether the food contains poison or not. Especially now that traders are selling a variety of foods that are not suitable for consumption. Therefore, be careful when choosing foods. Here are some reviews about the most deadly diseases in the world HIV or AIDS Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (abbreviated AIDS) is a collection of symptoms and infections (or: syndromes) that arise due to damage to the human immune system due to infection with the HIV virus; or infection with other viruses that are similar that attack other species (SIV, FIV, etc.). The virus itself is called the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (or abbreviated as HIV), a virus that weakens immunity in the human body. People affected by this virus will become susceptible to opportunistic infections or susceptible to tumors. Although existing treatments can slow the rate of progression of the virus, but this disease has not really been cured. HIV and similar viruses are generally transmitted through direct contact between the inner skin layers (mucous membranes) or blood flow, with body fluids that contain HIV , such as blood, semen, vaginal fluid, preseminal fluid, and breast milk. Transmission can occur through intercourse, blood transfusions, contaminated syringes, between mother and baby during pregnancy, childbirth, or breastfeeding, and other forms of contact with body fluids. Scientists generally believe that AIDS originated in Sub-Saharan Africa. Now AIDS has become an epidemic. AIDS is estimated to have infected 38.6 million people worldwide. In January 2006, UNAIDS in collaboration with WHO estimated that AIDS had caused the deaths of more than 25 million people since it was first recognized on June 5, 1981. Thus, this disease was one of the deadliest outbreaks in history. AIDS is claimed to have caused as many as 2.4 to 3.3 million deaths in 2005 alone, and more than 570,000 of them were children. One third of these deaths occur in Sub-Saharan Africa, slowing economic growth and destroying the power of human resources there. Antiretroviral treatment can actually reduce the death rate and severity of HIV infection, but access to such treatment is not available in all countries. Social penalties for people with HIV / AIDS, generally more severe when compared with patients with other deadly diseases. Sometimes these social penalties also go to health workers or volunteers, who are involved in caring for people living with HIV / AIDS (PLWHA). Leukemia Leukemia or better known as blood cancer is a disease in the classification of cancer (medical term: neoplasm) in blood or bone marrow that is characterized by abnormal propagation or malignant transformation of blood-forming cells in the bone marrow and lymphoid tissue, commonly occurs in leukocytes (White blood cell). Normal cells in the bone marrow are replaced by abnormal or abnormal cells. These abnormal cells come out of the marrow and can be found in peripheral blood or peripheral blood. Leukemia cells affect hematopoiesis or the process of formation of normal blood cells and the patient's immune system. Said leukemia means white blood, because in patients found many white blood cells before being given therapy. White blood cells that appear to be many are young cells, such as promielosit. This increasing number can disrupt the normal function of other cells. In 2000, there were around 256,000 children and adults around the world suffering from leukemia-like diseases, and 209,000 of them died from the disease. Nearly 90% of all diagnosed sufferers are adults. Ebola Ebola is a type of virus from the genus Ebolavirus, family Filoviridae, and also the name of the disease caused by the virus. Symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, body ache, internal and external bleeding, and fever. The mortality rate ranges from 80% to 100%. The origin of the word is from the Ebola river in Congo. Ebola disease can be transmitted through direct contact with body fluids or skin. The incubation period is from 2 to 21 days, generally between 5 to 10 days. When this vaccine has been developed for Ebola which is 100% effective in monkeys, but a vaccine for humans has not been found. So far, ebola is the most dangerous disease