The West Africa Ebola outbreak is now the largest in history.
Symptoms of Ebola is similar to that of malaria typhoid fever or cholera but in the last stage of the disease, victims starts begin internally and externally, often through the nose .
The Ebola virus is not airborne. It spreads through body fluid.
The deadly disease has killed at least 672 in several African countries since the outbreak of the disease in February.
A total of 1,201 cases had been reported as of last week in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
While the death rate of Ebola is as high as 90 percent, health officials in the three countries say people have recovered from the virus and the current death rate is about 70 percent.
Yes! some people have survived Ebola. Those who fared best sought immediate medical attention and got supportive care to prevent dehydration even though there is no specific treatment for Ebola itself.