Top 5 Dangerous diseases in the world


Ever since the beginning of human civilization, we have come across and experienced many deadliest diseases and still living with fear about new diseases that have no medications to cure. To point a few, Smallpox in India, Measles widespread in China in the early 1500s, plague in the Middle Ages which made the entire world cripple by these diseases.  Perhaps, even in this advanced world with tremendous in technology, modern marvels in health and medicines have succeeded in curbing only a few lethal diseases and still there are some diseases surviving as a challenge to the entire human community. Although modern medicines have contributed its best to eradicate and cure deadliest diseases, it, of course, failed in some aspects. In this criterion, at least one disease was left without able to find a cure.

Top 5 Dangerous diseasesAmong numbers of incurable diseases in this world, here follow a few notable diseases that people must be aware of and try to prevent them, rather fighting for the entire life to cure.

  • Asthma
  • Polio
  • Ebola
  • Diabetes
  • Creutzfeldt Jakob
  • Fatal familial Insomnia
  • Fibrodysplasia ossificans Progressiva
  • Progeria
  • Cancer
  • Lupus Erythematosus
  • Influenza
  • Common cold

Among the listed incurable diseases that people are experiencing across the world, we are pretty aware of the few like Asthma, Diabetes, Cancer, HIV/AIDS, Common cold, Influenza, and polio. Let us not waste our time knowing them again and again, perhaps, we will proceed to know about some uncommon, incurable and 100% chance to attack anyone in this world, despite rich or poor, developed or undeveloped countries, wealthy or drought regions or so.

To list the deadliest incurable diseases that we are going to know in brief:

  • Ebola
  • Creutzfeldt Jakob
  • Fatal Familial Insomnia
  • Lupus Erythematosus
  • Fibrodysplasia ossificans Progressiva
  • Progeria

 Ebola             ebola

Ebola is a Filoviridate virus causing severe and fatal viral haemorrhagic fever, which outbreaks in primates such as chimpanzees and gorillas and now even in humans. This disease come with syndromes like extreme fever, profuse hemorrhaging and rash. Fatality rate in human is from 50% to 90%.

Creutzfeldt Jakob

This is a rare and fatal degenerative disease affecting central nervous system. Among the world population, victims of this disease are high with Libyan Jews. Creutzfeldt Jakob mainly affects adults between 40 and 70 years of age. Victims experience server behavioral or psychiatric changes followed by progressive dementia accompanied by involuntary movements and abnormal vision.

Fatal Familial Insomnia

BrainAlthough this is a rare disorder, victims can expect death from 7 to 36 months. This disorder is transmitted by genetic transformation. The symptoms are unpredictable for a few days and over the days the patient will completely lose his or her ability to sleep and finally suffers from unbelievable highs in blood pressure, pulse, excessive sweating and loss of coordination.

Lupus Erythematosus

This disease is an autoimmune disorder causing chroming inflammation in different parts of human body. Lupus is recognized by three types and they include systemic, discoid and drug induced.

Fibrodysplasia ossificans Progressiva                    

This is an extreme by the rare condition of connective tissue, causing damaged soft tissues grow again as bones. This results complete ossification of damaged muscles, tendons and ligaments and slowly imprisons victims into their own skeletons. This abnormality is also known as Stone Man Syndrome.


This is a rare genetic disorder affecting mainly children. It causes premature aging, although the baby is born healthy and normal. The symptoms can be identified at the age of 18 to 24 months. Children with progeria will have matured body like adults, poor eyesight, wrinkled skin and the chances of survival is only a maximum of 13 years of age.