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Herpes simplex 180% of US population is seropositive, 70% mortality rate in children with encephalitis
Herpes simplex 225% of individuals are infected, 776,000 new cases in US each year, 16.2% of individuals aged 14-49 are positive.
Epstein-Barr Virus>90% of the population is seropositive
HHV 6-797% of adults are seropositive
HPV79 million Americans are currently infected, 14 million people become newly infected each year
JC Virus70% of adults show serologic evidence
Rotavirusescause 40% of severe diarrhea in children under two years of age
Polio350,000 cases of paralysis reported in 2010, 650 in 2012
Hepatitis A1,562 acute cases in 2012, 3,050 estimated cases
Hepatitis E20 million cases each year, 3 million acute cases each year, 70,000 deaths each year
WEE1/1000 infections cause symptoms in humans, 1/25 cases severe in children under one year of age, mortality is 5%, 60% of infants have permanent neurologic impairment
EEEmortality in humans is 20% or higher
Dengue Fever50 million cases per year, 50,000 deaths per year
West Nile Virus<1% show severe symptoms, 20% show some symptoms
Hepatitis C20% cirrhosis, 3.2 million chronic cases in US, 1,778 acute cases per year, 75% will progress to cirrhosis or carcinoma
Rabies90% mortality, 20,000-30,000 people receive vaccine each year
Ebola2014-present = 28,476 cases with 15,208 deaths
Morbilluvirus - Rubeola83 cases in 2001, on the rise since
Influenza35,000-40,000 deaths per year in the US
Hantavirus50 deaths per year in US
HIVmore than 1.1 million people in the US are living with this, 1 in 5 are unaware of their infection
Hepatitis B2,895 reported acute cases in the US, 350 million chronic cases worldwide, 90% clear the infection, 9% progress to chronic
Schistosoma400,000 immigrants in the US, 200 million people in Asia, Africa, South America, and the Caribbean
Giardia lamblia19,888 cases in the US, 1.2 million annually
Trichomonas vaginalis3-6 million women annually
Trypanosoma cruzi5-10% result in death, 15-20 million people in Central and South America are infected each year with 50,000 deaths
Leishmania sp.Mortality in untreated cases is 70-95%, 30% of treated cases fail
Cryptosporidium30% of all diarrhea cases