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Bubonic Plague and AIDS

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Comparing and Contrasting the Bubonic Plague and AIDS

  • The plague is spread through rats and fleas

 

  • The plague killed its victims within 3 to 7 days

 

  • The plague spread infected most of Europe

  • They both infected and killed millions of people

 

  • They both attack vital areas of the body such as your lungs and immune system

 

  • They both had a huge impact on the world  

  • AIDS develops from HIV

 

  • AIDS can only be transmitted human to human

 

  • AIDS can take up to 5 years to reach it full effect



Author: Brooke Wilder 2006