The correct answer to this question is yes. Unfortunately, anthrax can kill people. Before it kills the patient, the patient will have a number of symptoms and complications. Some of those complications include inflammation on the body, which is a result of a buildup of fluid.
The membranes of the spinal cord and brain could also be covered with fluids, which can lead to hemorrhagic meningitis. This condition is when a person loses a large amount of blood and will lead to the patient dying. Some early symptoms that anthrax can cause is a sore throat or pain in the muscles.
Anthrax is a disease that leads to death. Before it finally kills the patient or the infected individual, some complications would have resulted from the disease has affected the victim. Some of the very serious complication of the disease include the inflammation of some or all of the fluids and the membranes that covers the brain and the spinal cord which in turn leads to a condition known as hemorrhagic meningitis a situation where, an individual starts bleeding massively, lose of large amounting blood would eventually lead to death.
Though many diseases start with the signs and symptoms that resemble flu, but then not all sore throats and muscle pain is Due to anthrax. One only needs to seek medical attention as per if the disease is anthrax if-then individual thinks he has been exposed. Also, urgent medical attention should be sought if there are signs and symptoms of some kind of disorder after exposure to animals in regions where anthrax is common.