In the pantheon of infectious disease killers, Ebola virus stands out as one of the deadliest. The Zaire species of Ebola kills somewhere between 40% to 90% of its victims, and usually upwards of 60% of infected people die. Only a handful of infectious diseases can claim such high death rates, including rabies, pneumonic plague, and inhalational anthrax.
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