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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Children under the age of 15 and adults over the age of 50 are most at risk. Living in unsanitary, and crowded locations also raises your risk of Diphtheria. Dipht heria 1. 2. 2 1 Diphtheria is a very serious bacterial infection that is very contagious and can be fatal. If you have been infected with Diphtheria you must stay in quarantine to prevent the disease from spreading and talk to a medical professional about your condition. If you have been exposed to someone with Diphtheria or experience the symptoms below contact a medical professional ASAP. Symptoms of diphtheria include: sore throat, weakness, fatigue, nasal discharge, difficulty breathing, thick grey membrane covering throat, malaise, painful swallowing, and fever. "Diphtheria." - Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic, n.d. Web. grade/math-science/diphtheria tap and hold to changethis text! The worse your condition of Diphtheria gets the more it affects and the more fatal it gets. There is no cure yet. Stay away from Diphtheria. If you are infected with diphtheria stay in quarintine and out of contact with anyone but medical professionals, this prevents the disease from spreading. "History of Diphtheria." History of Vaccines RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Aug. 2015. <>. "Vaccine-Preventable Diseases." Immunology for Pharmacy (2012): 197-213. Web. <>. Diphtheria is in the top ten causes of death right now! Other main causes of death are Tuberculosis, diarrhea, Cholera, Malaria, Typhoid Fever, Pneumonia, Scarlet Fever, Meningitis, and Whooping Cough. In 1735 2.5% of New England's population died from diptheria. In some areas of the United States the death rate from diphtheria exceeded 50 per 100,000 annually in the late 1800s
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