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When birds get flu and cows go mad! : how safe are we?

Author: John DiConsiglio
Publisher: New York, NY : Franklin Watts, ©2008.
Series: Medical files; 24/7, science behind the scenes.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Say a patient dies from a terrible disease that no one can identify. That's a job for experts in infectious diseases, who study the patient's blood and body fluids and try to identify the disease and stop it from claiming more lives!
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Genre/Form: Literature
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John DiConsiglio
ISBN: 9780531120699 0531120694 9780531175286 0531175286
OCLC Number: 64453397
Notes: "True-life cases"--Cover.
Description: 64 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Medical 411 --
What's the word? --
Nothing to sneeze at --
The medical team --
The mystery of the killer bird flu! --
The case of the missing mad cow! --
Key dates in the history of the disease --
In the news --
The disease hunter's toolbox --
Fear of food? --
A modern pandemic --
Help wanted : epidemiologist.
Series Title: Medical files; 24/7, science behind the scenes.
Responsibility: John DiConsiglio.

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Say a patient dies from a terrible disease that no one can identify. That's a job for experts in infectious diseases, who study the patient's blood and body fluids and try to identify the disease and stop it from claiming more lives!

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