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This documentary covers the dangers of some of the most deadly viruses on Earth. It discusses how these viruses can spread and how they can be prevented. The documentary also highlights the difficulties that the World Health Organization faces in responding to health emergencies.

  • 00:00:00 In this documentary, scientists discuss the possible emergence of a new strain of hemorrhagic fever in Angola. The virus is suspected of being related to the Marburg virus, which has never before been found in West Africa. If the disease spreads, it could cause major problems for the world's health. However, because the virus is hidden from view and there is no international law requiring a country to declare a health emergency, the World Health Organization is often forced to rely on rumors and speculation to decide when to activate its response mechanisms. In the end, the experts are left with little concrete information to work with and must ask for help from donor countries in order to fund their efforts. The documentary follows the progress of the disease as it spreads and discusses the various ways in which it could be stopped. It also highlights the difficulties that the WHO faces in responding to health emergencies due to a lack of funding. However, despite these challenges, the documentary concludes with the hope that a solution can be found.
  • 00:05:00 This documentary covers the deadliest viruses on earth and their effects on humans. The virus originated from a hospital, and it was spreading from mothers to their children, brothers, fathers, and neighbors. The disease was fatal in almost all cases, and there is currently no cure. The hospital's staff trained extensively to prevent transmission and developed rituals such as hand-washing, proper clothing, and avoiding contact with patients. However, many of the staff members were afraid, and the virus had spread to the surrounding villages. One day, a girl arrived at the hospital alone. She asked about her brother, who had been admitted the day before. After overcoming her fear, she admitted to the hospital's rules and then swallowed her fear and entered the hospital. The virus paralyzed her pain and the immense pain caused by fever. She was eventually released to die from the disease. Her story shows the effects of fear on a person and the importance of communicating with one's team to prevent accidents.
  • 00:10:00 The documentary discusses some of the most dangerous viruses on Earth and how to prevent infections. Included are viruses like Ebola and Marburg, which are deadly to humans and cause large outbreaks. In recent years, there have been a number of new viruses emerging, many of which are associated with high death rates. Despite our progress in understanding these viruses, much remains unknown about their origins and how to prevent them from spreading.
  • 00:15:00 In the 1980s, a scientist named Michael Rose designed a tool to study the virus in a new way-using electron microscopy. This technology allowed scientists to see tiny structures that repeat themselves over and over, and this led to the discovery of other types of viruses that can cause diseases. Today, thanks to the power of electron microscopy and complex mathematical models, scientists can see viruses in three dimensions, and this has led to a better understanding of how they work and how they can cause serious illnesses.
  • 00:20:00 The documentary video "Los Virus más peligrosos del planeta" covers the most dangerous viruses on Earth, from the recently discovered SARS virus to the more common flu viruses. Scientists use a powerful type of x-ray to capture images of the viruses, which are then analyzed using a computer to create a picture of the virus's atomic structure. One of the scientists featured in the video, Chef Richard Wiley, is responsible for photos of some of the world's most dangerous viruses, including the Ebola virus. The process of taking these photos is incredibly delicate and requires a steady hand or the luck of catching the virus in its natural state as it's being photographed. Once the photos are obtained, it can take months for scientists to decode the data. However, by using a network of colored lights, they are able to "undress" the virus and reveal its atomic structure. This is an incredibly complex process that requires years of research and development, and the video provides a fascinating look into the world of virus research.
  • 00:25:00 This documentary discusses some of the most dangerous viruses on Earth, and how scientists are trying to understand how they work and where they originate from. Some of the viruses shown include the Ebola virus, SARS, and Zika viruses. The documentary also discusses how scientists are trying to develop vaccines against these viruses.
  • 00:30:00 Colín Paris has been a witness to the speed at which a virus managed to escape and jump from species. This is the virus we studied in the documentary "Los Virus más peligrosos del planeta: Documental Completo". The changes that have occurred in this area have allowed the virus to accumulate mutations to adapt better to dogs. Once adapted, the virus has quickly spread throughout the world in just six months. There is now a new disease and new virus in the animal kingdom, but who says one day it won't mutate and affect humans? When you're free to roam in nature and mountain environment fishing watching birds and animals with friends, we should try to remember that many of today's infectious diseases originate from animals. All of the diseases that have appeared in the last 10 years are caused by viruses that have evolved and jumped from species. All of the viruses that have been reported in humans in the past decade originate from animals that have evolved and jumped from species. Marshall Bloom is the head of research for emerging diseases, and he is specialized in viruses that originate from wild animals. Since the middle of the 1970s, there have been more than 2,000 infections in human beings that we hadn't heard of before. These viruses are living
  • 00:35:00 The documentary explores the dangers of some of the most dangerous viruses on Earth, including the virus that caused the largest pandemics in history. It focuses on fears that other people might try to use a virus as a weapon, and how scientists are trying to keep track of all the viruses that are emerging. While the focus of international efforts against viruses seems to be on bioterrorism, there is also a growing concern that nature may be the true source of new viruses, as seen with the recent outbreaks of viruses in animals. However, the main focus of global efforts against viruses seems to be on bioterrorism, rather than preparing for the possibility of new infections that may arise from changes in the climate, human behavior, or food processing. There is a need for better surveillance to identify potential dangers before they become big news, and the world's health organizations acknowledge that they don't have the tools they need to deal with emerging diseases.
  • 00:40:00 The documentary investigates some of the world's deadliest viruses, and explains how they can be prevented or controlled in countries in development. It features Francisco Ayala, a professor of logic and philosophy, discussing the control of viruses in developing countries. In addition, the documentary discusses the potential benefits of investing money in controlling infectious diseases in Africa and other developing countries.
  • 00:45:00 The documentary explores the dangers of some of the most common viruses on Earth, including the H5N1 bird flu, Epstein-Barr virus, Ebola, and Marburg virus. It also focuses on the HIV virus, which has killed an estimated 35 million people around the world. The documentary asks the Spanish government to send a team of rescue workers to Africa before it's too late.

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