What is Marburg Virus Disease?

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Causes, signs, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of Marburg virus disease: The Marburg virus sickness is related to the Ebola virus.

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Marburg is just as dangerous as Ebola, and there is currently no known treatment or vaccination for the illness

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The first two cases of the deadly Marburg virus have been recorded in Ghana, a country in West Africa

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Media sources claim that two unrelated residents of Ghana's Ashanti area had illness signs

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After being transferred to the hospital, both passed away from their illnesses

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The Ghanaian government has previously made every effort to test for and find the illness in the area

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In order to help with coordination, risk assessment, and infection control measures, the WHO has also dispatched a team of specialists

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The World Health Organization describes Marburg as a highly infectious viral illness

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that causes hemorrhagic fever and has an up to 88 percent fatality rate