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September 11th changed the world On a beautiful fall day the world awakes to hear horrible news of the symbolic America destroyed thousands of innocent people taking their last breaths cries of suffering children and the government in a panic The realization that a time of tribulation had started swept over America A lifetime war against deadly diseases and raging terrorists has begun There is an interesting paradox when it comes to war in the modern world anyone who has experienced it knows that it is about death and destruction on a massive scale As time has lapsed the fright of a disease overtaking the population has become a wold wide scare with the Anthrax epidemic being the biggest trepidation Anthrax is a very intricate disease that is not entirely understood but those threatened by it Anthrax is not contagious nor is it capable of disguising itself If one is contaminated with Anthrax it is very apparent Anthrax is a bacteria it has a spore form called Bacillus Anthracis that is very durable The toxins can be released in both humans and animals in a three to five stage process depending on how the Anthrax entered the body The first stage of the infection lasting from hours to a few days involves flu-like symptoms including fever coughing weakness and chest pains The second stage usually ends in death within days Lung damage deprives the body of oxygen Brain infection may also occur during this stage The third stage after contraction of anthrax is a painless blister which becomes black then is becomes a pussing open sore This stage is only applicable through the cutaneous Anthrax which is contracted through the skin Cutaneous Anthrax account s for 95 of the cases in the US and is easily treated with antibiotics If untreated after a few hours the anthrax will enter the bloodstream and cause sudden death to the victim Doctors say particles must be smaller
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