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Many of us have been impacted by outbreaks of disease in our lifetimes. Throughout history, humans have battled outbreaks of disease caused by microorganisms; many have lost their lives to diseases before treatments and cures were discovered. Modern science and medicine have become efficient in developing vaccines and medications to control and treat outbreaks, but whether the diseases will ever truly be eradicated is in question. Considering how many of these infectious diseases exist and how easily they spread, it is important to remember safety issues to reduce and prevent transmission.For your initial post, reflect over the past decade and recall a news-breaking infectious outbreak of a disease that made an impact on you. Please include a link to a news article or video related to your outbreak in your initial post. Try not to duplicate another classmate’s topic (ensure your subject line is your disease so it is easy to check). Please do not cover COVID-19 as there is another discussion that is on that topic alone. There are a lot of different diseases that can be covered other than COVID-19.
Include the following in your initial post:
- Name of the disease.
- Identify the infectious agent responsible for the disease (is the disease bacterial, viral, fungal?). Include the specific organism’s name (including genus and species).
- Describe the morphology of the microorganism responsible for the disease.
- Identify the mode of transmission (how the microorganism is spread).
- Discuss signs and symptoms of the disease.
- Identify methods/techniques used to diagnose the disease or identify the microorganism responsible for the infection.
- Describe treatment (or treatments) available.