The Washington post published an article on a domain name "squatter," who specializes in buying and reselling, at the right time, disease domain names. He owns ebola.com and wants to sell it before its value drops because “Ebola ... is something that could ameliorate and not be a big news story for that much longer.”
While he waits for the bids to roll in on ebola.com, it is redirected to ebola.org, where you can see links to frightening articles:
Get a book on BHT, a food supplement that could help with ebola:
And, of course, purchase some BHT from the optimistically named Life Extension Foundation.
Oh, and note that, if you are so inclined, you can make a bid on the domain name ebola.com.
I don't know which is more depressing -- the fact that someone would try to exploit the ebola epidemic this way or that there are enough people who would pay for BHT to fend off ebola to make squatting on disease domain names a profitable business.