What Is the Highest Fever a Human Survived?

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According to newspaper records, the highest fever ever recorded where a human survived was 116 degrees. The human body beings to kill brain cells once the body reaches a temperature of 107. The highest recorded fever happened in 1980 in Georgia.
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A human can only get a 107F fever, before they start to die. The cells and systems begin to die from the extreme heat at that temperature. I'll have to say a human has only survived
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People have survived temperatures over 43
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It would have to be caused by heat-fire-or something like that. But I think it would be around 107.6--then brain damage will occur more than likely over 107.
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One of my relative's recorded fever was 107. It should be less than 108. Thanks for using webanswers!
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