If you reproduce the symptoms of the disease that caused many deaths in history with special makeup, it will be like this



Vaccine development has dramatically reduced the number of deaths from diseases that once raged, but it is said that as many as 50,000 people die each year from diseases in the United States. So what are the symptoms of the deadly illnesses in history that actually bring humans? The movie 'What Deadly Diseases Look Like On Your Body ' that reproduces that with special make-up has been released, but it is too realistic to read.

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A spray is sprayed on the woman's face.



Color your face with something like a pen ...



It has a slightly yellowish greenish complexion. This is a symptom of hepatitis B. Hepatitis B kills as many as 686,000 people annually by causing complications.



When it becomes severe, the symptoms of jaundice appear in the eyes.



Also on the skin.



Vaccines were announced in 1982, and vaccination has reduced the chance of infection to just 1%, even in countries where 8-15% of children were once infected.



This time, I'm focusing on the shoulder area.



This is shingles. Complications related to herpes zoster have killed 96 people in the United States in a year.



A painful rash with blisters appears on the body.



The shingles vaccine has been used since 2006. With the use of vaccines, the number of cases of children in the United States is decreasing.



This time, I am creating something like a syringe that is lumpy on the skin.



Symptoms of smallpox that killed 400,000 people a year in Europe in the 1700s. Even if smallpox did not die, one-third of those who recovered are said to have lost their eyesight.



Granular papules appear on the skin.



The vaccine was developed by Edward Jenner, the 'father of modern immunology,' and is said to have been eradicated in the United States in the 1940s.



This time the point is placed on the mouth.



A woman who bleeds from her slightly whitish mouth expresses the symptoms of tuberculosis.



The eyes are moisturized and shining.



The skin becomes white and there is a cough with hemoptysis.



The vaccine was developed in 1921. In the United States, the death toll from tuberculosis has decreased by 71% since 1992.



This time, white things are applied to the female skin with a cotton swab.



This is a symptom of diphtheria. In 1921 alone, 206,000 cases of diphtheria infection in the United States were reported. Of these, 15,520 died.



Diphtheria is classified into pharyngeal / tonsillar diphtheria, laryngeal diphtheria, nasal diphtheria, skin diphtheria, ocular conjunctival diphtheria, genital diphtheria, etc.,

depending on the site of infection.



Ulcers and redness are also seen.




The first vaccine was made in 1913. Thanks to the vaccine, there were only two cases of diphtheria infection in the United States between 2014 and 2015.



This time, a lot of three-dimensional makeup will be applied to the skin.



This symptom is plague. It is a disease that is said to have killed as many as 50 million people in the 14th century.



Of the plague, bubonic plague is transmitted by sucking human blood, followed by blood-sucking fleas such as mice infected with Yersinia pestis. Lymph glands are swollen around the area bitten by fleas ...



After that, the lymph nodes in the axilla and inguinal neck swell to the size of a fist.



When Yersinia pestis infects the skin or eyes, pustules and ulcers appear.



The plague is called 'black death' because in septic plague, the limbs are necrotic and the whole body is covered with black bruises and dies.



The first vaccine was developed by Valdemar Huffkin in 1897, and plague mortality in the last few decades has dropped to 11% in the United States.

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