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Spillover Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic
Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic by David Quammen
Compared to some others, it seems relatively minor. Its mortal impact, in numerical terms, was small at the start and has remained small; its geographical scope was narrowly local and later episodes havent carried it much more widely. It made its debut near Brisbane, Australia, in Initially there were two cases, only one of them fatal. No, wait, correction: There were two human cases, one human fatality. Other victims suffered and died too, more than a dozenequine victimsand their story is part of this story. The subject of animal disease and the subject of human disease are, as well see, strands of one braided cord.
ISBN: Hardcover With evolution to provide the fuel and chance to provide the spark, infections can burst through barriers, ravaging habitats like wildfire. When we cannot control the variables, our own habitat could be the next microbial target. Spillover includes adventure, action, and mystery. Quammen journeys across the globe to track down the origins of human epidemics and pandemics.
PDF | On Feb 1, , Corrie Brown and others published Spillover: Animal Infection and the Next Human Pandemic.
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