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The next pandemic : on the front lines against humankind's gravest dangers

Author: Ali S Khan; William Patrick
Publisher: New York : PublicAffairs, 2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1. editionView all editions and formats
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Throughout history, humankind's biggest killers have been infectious diseases: the Black Death, the Spanish Flu, and AIDS alone account for over one hundred million deaths. We ignore this reality most of the time, but when a new threat - Ebola, SARS, Zika - seems imminent, we send our best and bravest doctors to contain it. People like Dr. Ali S. Khan. Khan has found that rogue microbes will always be a problem, but  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Erindringer
Named Person: Ali S Khan
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ali S Khan; William Patrick
ISBN: 9781610395915 1610395913
OCLC Number: 958057111
Description: x, 275 sider

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A former director at the CDC takes us behind quarantine lines and inside the fight to contain Ebola, SARS, anthrax, and the most important threat facing humankind: the next deadly pandemic.  Read more...

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"Skillfully chronicles the engrossing investigative work spawned by recent pathenogenic outbreaks...Well-written...Remarkable." --Publishers Weekly "Hantavirus. Ebola. Avian flu. Monkeypox. Anthrax. Read more...

 
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