10 Surprising Diseases That Can Kill Anyone in 1 Day

Necrotizing Fasciitis

If you don’t know this disease by its medical name, perhaps flesh-eating bacteria rings a bell. This is an infection in which bacteria gradually destroys fat, skin and tissue covering the muscles.

Once contracted, you’ll notice the infected wound is red, swollen, and extremely painful. The infection can spread extremely quickly, causing shock, gangrene, organ failure, and eventually, death.

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