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Ebola from emergence to epidemic: the virus and the disease, global preparedness and perspectives
Journal of Infection in Developing Countries
Humans constantly encounter threats from many infectious, zoonotic, and devastating pathogens. Outbreaks of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), bird flu, and swine flu posing pandemic threats have compelled health agencies to follow global preparedness for combating the emerging deadly pathogens. The outbreak in West Africa of highly contagious Ebola viral disease (EVD) that started in Guinea in December 2013, assumed global proportions to become the largest outbreak of EVD and the mostdoi:10.3855/jidc.6197 pmid:25989163 fatcat:hihf2ap3mbbuda4bnj5ng2bkaa