Were you looking for information about Bubonic Plague? Blubonic plague is a common misspelling of bubonic plague.
Bubonic plague is an infectious disease that is most commonly spread through the bites of infected fleas or rodent. Within six days of becoming infected, symptoms begin to appear. If left untreated, the mortality rate for bubonic plague is 50 to 90 percent. With early diagnosis and immediate treatment, however, the mortality rate can drop to 15 percent.
(Click Bubonic Plague for more detailed information on how this form of plague is spread, other conditions that may be considered during a diagnosis, and various treatment options that are currently available.)