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Affected individuals begin exhibiting what appear to be flu-like symptoms. They may experience high fever, muscle aches, and in some cases vomiting or diarrhea. These symptoms typically last 2 days. As they subside, we notice a profound neurological shift in about 40% of patients. These patients become very hostile and territorial, almost like feral dogs in the most severe cases. They become especially hostile toward individuals that are of a different ethnic background. We suspect that their brains are reverting to some primitive state that perceives non similar individuals as a threat. This is a very concerning symptom as neurological effects can be extremely challenging to reverse. Our outbreak analysis experts, medical personnel, and research support staff are working around the clock to identify the causative agent of this disease and control this outbreak. The disease does not appear to be fatal, but we do not yet know if the neurological symptoms will be curable. - See more at: http://_national_report_dot_net_/crisis-border-cdc-investigates-mystery-illness-spreading-border-towns/#sthash.gxS5mwbJ.dpuf
Affected individuals seem to be losing many executive mental functions and resorting to a more primitive brain state - See more at: http://_national_report_dot_net_/crisis-border-cdc-investigates-mystery-illness-spreading-border-towns/#sthash.vVHCWgO0.dpuf
They become especially hostile toward individuals that are of a different ethnic background