By Hilbert Hagedoorn on March 04, 2020 09:29:34The first images of Aura Skin Disease, a skin disease that affects the eyes, skin, and skin, have been released.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the disease affects 1 in every 11,000 people in the world, and affects almost 7 million people.
The symptoms are similar to the common cold, but it is more severe and has a life-threatening outcome.
The disease has been classified as an extremely rare condition, with only two cases worldwide.
The World Health Organisation says that more than 10 million people in Asia, Africa, and Latin America have contracted Aura Skin disease, with the vast majority of cases occurring in China, India, and Vietnam.
The exact cause of the disease is unknown, but there are many theories.
The cause of Aura skin disease is still unknown.
The WHO attributes the disease to a virus called herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2).
The most common symptoms of AuraSkin disease are redness, swelling, and discoloration around the eyes.
The rash may also affect the upper or lower eyelids, and there may be a persistent rash over the entire body.
It can cause a significant amount of damage, and the disease may lead to long-term health problems.
The condition is usually mild, and its effects can be managed with prescription medicines.
AuraSkin is a rare disease, as the symptoms only affect a few people, and it is not known how widespread the disease actually is.
The symptoms of skin cancer also resemble those of the common flu, but are often milder, and more treatable.
The only major difference is that the disease causes less damage to the skin, whereas the flu causes serious and permanent damage to other parts of the body.
The more severe the damage, the longer it will take for the patient to develop the disease, but the longer the damage takes, the more serious it becomes.
Aura skin diseases are usually mild and easily treatable with a simple course of antibiotics, though they can be very difficult to control with traditional medical treatments.
Read more about Aura Skin Diseases:Source: Wired