Statistics show that each year hundreds of thousands of people in the developing world are infected with some type of viruses belonging to the viral hemorrhagic fever group. Among the most heavy conditions are diseases like yellow fever, the Ebola virus, dengue fever and others. While for some of these conditions vaccines have been developed, others have no permanent cure. The fact that it only takes a little for such infections to outbreak, creating an epidemic, should make the global health care community even more cautious and its efforts to improve treatment – even more diligent. In order to find out more about viral hemorrhagic fevers and their types – read this book.