Listeriosis

Listeriosis Type: Bacterial Geography: Worldwide Cases Per Year: 700 to 80,000 Fatality Rate: 15% to 20% First Discovered: 1927 by E.G.D. Murray and J. Pirie

Cyclosporiasis

Cyclosporiasis Type: Parasitic Geography: Tropical and sub-tropical regions, North America Cases Per Year: 100 to 23000 Fatality Rate: 0% First Discovered: 1977 by Ashford in

Measles

Measles Type: Viral Geography: Worldwide, common in parts of Africa and Asia Cases Per Year: 500,000 Fatality Rate: 28% First Discovered: 1757 by Francis Home

Influenza H3N2v

Influenza H3N2v Type: Viral Geography: United States Cases Per Year: 10 to 300 Fatality Rate: 1% First Discovered: 2011 in the United States H3N2v is

Enterovirus D68

Enterovirus D68 Type: Viral Geography: United States, Europe, Southeast Asia Cases Per Year: 10 to 1,400 Fatality Rate: 1% First Discovered: 1962 in California, United

Heartland Virus

Heartland Virus Type: Viral Geography: Midwestern United States Cases Per Year: 2 to 10 Fatality Rate: 10% First Discovered: 2009 in Missouri, United States by

West Nile Virus

West Nile Virus Type: Viral Geography: Africa, Europe, the Middle East, North America, West Asia Diagnosed Cases Per Year: 30 to 10,000 Fatality Rate: 4.5%

Powassan Virus

Powassan Virus Type: Viral Geography: North America, Russian Far East Cases Per Year: 5 to 30 Fatality Rate: 10% First Discovered: 1958 in Canada Powassan

Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C Type: Viral Geography: Worldwide, most infections in the Middle East and Europe New Cases Per Year: 1.75 million Fatality Rate: 23% First Discovered:

HIV

HIV Type: Viral Geography: Worldwide, most infections in Africa Total Cases at End of 2018: 38 million Fatality Rate: 30.2% First Discovered: 1983 by Luc