Numerous diseases which can attack any human being still don’t have a cure. Some medications can slow down the process but cannot eliminate the condition from the root. Today through this article you will get an insight into such medical issues which even after taking huge leaps in the pharma industry, in recent years, haven’t found any solution.
Take a look at the most deadly diseases!
This condition occurs due to Ebola virus. It first appeared in 1976 and got the name because it originated in Northern Congo’s Ebola River. A colossal outbreak led to a death toll of more than hundreds. Experts observed this condition first in primates such as chimpanzee, gorilla, and then occurred in humans.
A few years after this incident, it again appeared in 1995 in Zaire which added to some deaths. This virus infects people which cause Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever that people also know as EVD (Ebola Virus Disease). This fatal virus creates an extreme rash, excessive haemorrhaging and fever.
According to WHO, there are about 1850 Ebola cases till now, and over 1200 deaths took place which makes this pathogen a deadly one. It is fortunate that there is no major outbreak as one can have supportive treatment only; a cure for acute treatment is still unavailable.
This lungs disorder makes the airway constricted and massively inflamed. It causes breathlessness, chest pains, coughs, and more. The consequence of this can be mild or life-threatening. Moreover, asthmatic individuals possess sensitive airways that make them prone to allergies. In worse conditions, people become susceptible to asthmatic episodes or attacks.
More than 300 million people suffer from this medical condition worldwide. Also, there are over 250,000 deaths annually due to this disease. Remarkable treatment helps a person suffering from this disease to live a healthy life; no precise cure is there.
One of the most deadly medical issues a person can face is cancer. Only in 2008, 7.6 million people died due to this. WHO mentions that without any immediate action, the number of deaths would lead to more than 79% by 2030. You can imagine what the number will be if 7.6 million just accounted for 13% of deaths in 2008.
Cancer refers to a group of diseases which spreads and grows uncontrollably. Moreover, there are 100 different types among them some lethal ones in men are stomach, lung, and esophagus cancer. For women lung, breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer is the main reason for deaths.
Ever since its emergence in the 1980s, HIV/AIDS has been the most talked-about disease. More than 70 million people worldwide are infected with HIV. The death toll is around 35 million. In 2011, 1.7 million dies due to HIV, and more than 34 million were living with this medical condition.
Due to easily transferability through blood transmission, sexual conduct, breast milk and more, makes this a lethal disease. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome or AIDS is the advanced stage of HIV which is deadlier due to all the infections and association with cancer.
Currently, these are the top four deadly diseases which have a supportive cure but not precise cure to be completely healthy and normal. So, be careful and take precautions necessary to dodge these.