Smallpox Student's Name Affiliate Institution Course Unit Date Due Introduction Human history documents a devastating point in time where deadly smallpox brought down civilizations. This disease no longer exists. This paper seeks to discuss public awareness disease analysis and prevention of it. Public Awareness Smallpox was first identified in the 3rd century in the ancient Egyptian Empire. It occurred as a rash on three mummies. Over the centuries the disease spread widely. Its spread was attributed to trade exploration during the early centuries (Damon Damaso & McFadden 2014). For instance in the 7th-century Arab activities led to the spread of the disease in Africa Portugal and Spain and the 17th-century smallpox was introduced in North America been significant efforts put to eradicate the deadly smallpox virus throughout the world. According to World Health Organization smallpox was declared eliminated in 1980. Preventive measures should be adhered to keep the disease away. References Henderson D. A. D. (2017). Smallpox Eradication: Leadership and Legacy. The Journal of Infectious Diseases 215 673-6. Damon I. K. Damaso C. R. & McFadden G. (2014). Are we there yet? The smallpox research agenda using variola virus. PLoS pathogens 10(5) e1004108. Retrieved from http://journals.plos.org/plospathogens/article?id=10.1371/journal.ppat.1004108Imperato P. J. & Imperato G. H. (2014). Smallpox Inoculation (Variolation) in East Africa with Special Reference to the Practice Among the Boran and Gabra of Northern Kenya. Journal of community health 39(6) 1053-1062. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25100176 [...]
500 words. I only need the data and information ( also include infographics) from the research questions. Remember to include a bibliography (credible sources please) and "in-text" referencing. The disease for my research is smallpox.