Argentine hemorrhagic fever

Argentine hemorrhagic fever is a rare and deadly viral disease. It is caused by the Junin virus, which is spread through contact with the blood or tissues of an infected animal, such as a rodent or deer.

The virus can also be spread through contact with infected people. Symptoms include fever, headache, and muscle pain. In severe cases, the virus can cause internal bleeding and organ failure.

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