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BACTERIAL OR VIRAL ILLNESS NAME YOUR DISEASE HERE
ORGANISM IDENTIFIED AS COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME ______________________________
IMAGE OF THE DISEASE CAUSING ORGANISM
WHAT YEAR OR YEARS WAS THE ORGANISM CONCIDERED AN EPIDEMIC OR PANDEMIC
WHERE IN THE WORLD IS OR WAS THE ORGANISM FOUND PLACE MAP OF AREA WHERE THE DISEASE WAS AFFECTING PEOPLE HERE.
HOW, WHEN AND BY WHOM WAS THE ORGANISM FIRST ISOLATED
SYMPTOMS OF YOUR DISEASE
Life cycle and transmission of YOUR DISEASE
HOW DO YOU PREVENT INFECTION
WHAT WAS THE EFFECT OF YOUR DISEASE ON SOCIETY?
IF THERE IS A CURE FOR YOUR DISEASE WHAT IS IT AND WHO DISCOVERED IT?
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