Check Out These Top 4 Deadly Diseases Which Have No Cure

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!

  1. Ebola

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.

  • Asthma

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.

  • Cancer

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.

Debunking Myths and Legends Which Surround HIV and Aids

Myths surround every aspect of life; in some areas more and in other parts less. Similar is the case regarding Aids and HIV. Today, you will uncover the myths which surround this medical condition since doctors found out about this problem.

Today these myths will be cleared for good!

  1. By being around HIV positive people, one can catch it

 HIV can’t be spread through sweat, touch, saliva, tears, or pee. So, it is not possible to contract HIV and get AIDS through:

  • Breathing same air
  • Drinking from a water fountain
  • Shaking hands, hugging or kissing
  • Touching door handles, knobs or toilet seats
  • Sharing utensils
  • Using same workout equipment at a gym

However, an individual can get infected through semen, blood, breast milk or vaginal fluid.

  • Can’t get HIV if having oral sex

Oral sex happens to be less risky when compared to other sex types. Nonetheless, one can suffer from AIDS by having oral sex with a woman or a man who is suffering from this medical issue. A latex barrier is always an excellent choice when opting for oral sex.

  • Mosquitoes can spread HIV

Many people think that because the virus passes through blood, then it could transfer to them if a mosquito bites them after ingesting blood from an HIV infected person.

However, this is not the case!

Numerous studies show that this is not true even if an area with ample mosquitoes and have a lot of HIV patients also reside there.

The reason for this is that when an insect bites, it doesn’t inject blood of another person they bit before. Hence, no blood transfusion takes place. Also, HIV remains for only a limited amount of time in them.

  • Proper medication will prevent from happening anything

First of all, ART or antiretroviral drugs assist in improving lives of people who have HIV virus. Nonetheless, these pharmaceutical drugs are expensive and have a lot of side-effects. No one in the world yet created a cure for HIV. Furthermore, HIV’s strains from drug resistance make treatment even harder.

Note: Always remember that prevention is easier and cheaper than controlling this medical condition throughout life.

  • Getting HIV means death for sure

When HIV first came across, at that time this disease was an epidemic which had no solution and death was imminent. Hence, the death rate was quite high. However, today’s medication allows people with HIV positive infection a chance to deal with this and offer them to enjoy a healthy and long life.

  • Getting treatment means one can’t spread HIV

When HIV treatment work appropriately, they lower the virus’ amount in the blood. Therefore, often it doesn’t show up in blood test reports. However, the virus might hide in other portions of an individual’s body. So, practice safe sex so that one doesn’t accidentally infect another human being.

These are the most common myths which surround this medical condition. Hence, educating one’s self is crucial to know the truth and avoid any mishap which might happen.

Gain Proper Knowledge to Prevent Contracting HIV and Aids Now!

According to worldwide statistics, a large number of people are affected by AIDS. By the end of 2016, 36.7million people were living with aids in this world. This severe medical condition leads to various complications in physical health, and the later stages are life-threatening.

Having a complete knowledge about AIDS is the only way to prevent this condition from affecting an individual. So, going through this article will help you learn about it in details.

What is AIDS?

AIDS or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is caused by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). This virus attacks CD-4 which are immune cells. The CD-4 are T-cells’ subset. It depends whether the syndrome will appear or not in HIV infection’s advanced stage. It means an individual can suffer or contract the infection without developing the syndrome. However, without adequate treatment HIV progresses to later stages and AIDS develop eventually in most cases.

Causes for this deadly virus

The retrovirus HIV infects vital cells and organs of human beings’ immune system. Hence, without ART (antiretroviral therapy), this virus spreads all over a person’s body. ART is a drug therapy which prevents or slows down the virus’ development.

Also, depending on factors and person; this virus progresses. The factors include a person’s age, body’s immunity against HIV, other infectious presence, genetic inheritance, availability of adequate healthcare, resistance against particular HIV strains, etc.

How does this virus transmission happen? 

In three different ways, a person can transmit this virus:

  • Sexual transmission

It can occur when an uninfected individual comes in contact with sexual fluids (genital, oral mucous or rectal membrane) which are infected. This can take place if people have sex which includes oral, anal or vaginal sex with an HIV positive person without using condoms. Also, sharing sex toys with such an individual can lead to acquiring HIV.

  • Blood transmission

The risk of getting through this method is quite low in any developed country due to meticulous precautions and screening of blood. However, people might get this if they reuse a syringe contaminated with HIV to inject drugs or otherwise in their body.

  • Perinatal transfer

A mother suffering from HIV positive infection can transmit it to her children during pregnancy, childbirth, or through breastfeeding.

Early HIV symptoms

The occurrence of symptoms varies from person to person. For some, it takes a few months while some others face the symptoms years after contracting the virus. However, more than 80% of people develop symptoms within 2 to 6 weeks after they expose themselves to the HIV. People know this as an acute retroviral syndrome. Some signs are:

  • Joint pains
  • Chills
  • Fever
  • A sore throat
  • Muscle aches
  • Enlarged glands
  • Tiredness
  • Red rash
  • Loss of weight unintentionally

It is essential to be mindful of these symptoms, as this throws light on the fact that the body is fighting against several viruses and not only HIV. Having several symptoms and if there is a chance you may have this virus, a quick check-up is a must.

So, tread carefully and always be careful!