Ebola

C. Wernicke sac65531 at saclink.csus.edu
Thu Apr 29 13:48:51 EST 1999


just type in "ebola" in a web search engine and see what you get...
everything you want to know and links to much much more at :

http://www.bocklabs.wisc.edu/eov-ebola.html

this was only one link found.

try alta-vista.

best,
carl

On 16 Apr 1999 12:59:34 -0700, "ronchas" <ronchas at email.msn.com>
wrote:

>    I was wondering if you could answer the following questions for a
>science report I'm doing.   Any help would be much appreciated.
>
>
>Q. Is Ebola definitely a new disease, or is it a disease that has mutated in
>to its current form?
>
>Q: Does Ebola have the potential to become airborne?
>
>Q: Why does Ebola Reston only kill animals and not humans?
>
>Q: Why cant our immune system fight off the disease?
>
>Q: Is it true that Ebola could have been responsible for the Great Plaque in
>425 B.C.?
>
>Q: What are the chances of Ebola reaching the USA?
>
>Q: Is it true that some people in Africa have antibodies to help fight off
>the Ebola virus?
>
>Q: Could it be possible that Ebola once was a harmless virus that mutated
>into this very harmful virus?
>
>Q: What is most likely the host or cause of Ebola?
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