Top 5 Incurable Diseases in 2016

Pakistani child Sajjad (C) who was displaced with his family by fighting during Pakistan Army operations against the Taliban in the country's tribal belt which borders Afghanistan receives polio vaccination drops from health worker Mohammad Amjad (L, partially seen) in Rawalpindi on April 8, 2014. Some 56 people including health workers and police officials providing security have been killed in militant attacks on polio vaccination teams in Pakistan since December 2012. AFP PHOTO/Farooq NAEEM (Photo credit should read FAROOQ NAEEM/AFP/Getty Images)

The rapidly changing environment on Earth may well be favoring some but it is also causing a downfall for people living here in one way or the other. There have been many negative factors that have emerged with this revolutionary earth phenomenon and one such mind boggling factor is the emergence of various types of diseases that science and technology though so modern has failed to provide treatment for. These incurable ailments have perturbed people for many years now. So much so that each year millions of dollars are used up in order to examine the antidote for such diseases, but they have failed to provide a cure in some cases. Living in 2016 is no exception here are few deadliest diseases that have found no cure and are causing the lives of many around the globe.


One of the most widely known incurable diseases today is Ebola. It is a virus belonging to the family of Filoviridae. It was named after Ebola River in the central Africa where it was first noted in 1976. It is usually caused by a combination of 4 viruses, Ebolavirus, with Sudan Virus, Bundibugyo virus, Tai Forest virus, and Ebola virus. The symptoms include severe headache, fever, weakness, lethargy, muscle pain, vomiting, diarrhea, impenetrable hemorrhage, and a pain in abdomen. The symptoms appear between 2 and 21 days of being open to Ebola.