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Epidemic Detectives by Fred Warshofsky
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Epidemic Detectives (1963)

by Fred Warshofsky

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Explains how epidemics are tracked down, and causes found and eliminated. Dated, but interesting.

My first taste of forensics - 40 years before my favorite TV shows! ( )
  MerryMary | Apr 20, 2007 |
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Preface: Near the northeast edge of Atlanta, where tall pines still root in the red clay soil of Georgia, stands a six-building complex of laboratories and offices - the headquarters of the Communicable Disease Center.
In a grassy clearing under a hot African sun, Captain G. A. Whitman (the name is fictitious) and two enlisted men of the U. S. Air Force Veterinary Services branch were deep in talk with the operator of a game farm in Yaouncde, Cameroun.
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