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Little Book of Pandemics by Peter Moore
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Little Book of Pandemics

by Peter Moore

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Good quick resource on the top bad-ass viruses, bacterium, etc that plague (lol) mankind. Well written with a bit of humor. Fun read ( )
1 vote SLHobbs | Jan 15, 2010 |
This is a slim, interesting, easy to browse basic guide to pandemic diseases throughout the world. It doesn't go very in-depth, but it has plenty of information for its size and an interested party can always do further reading on any specific illness. The author lists a lot of websites in the back for a reader to check out too. One complaint: the book had more than its share of typos. ( )
  meggyweg | Aug 10, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0061374210, Paperback)

As the world waits once again to see if the latest virus will decimate the population, The Little Black of Pandemics looks at the greatest natural killers of all time.

This concise and intelligent look at the most deadly viral and bacterial diseases includes expert opinion on likely future outbreaks, method of contagion, identification of systems, and likelihood of survival.

Includes influenza, smallpox, West Nile virus, AIDS, Ebola, SARS, plague, typhus, cholera, tuberculosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, leprosy, meningitis, vCJD, hepatitis, yellow fever, Lassa fever, and many more.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:11 -0400)

Profiles fifty deadly viral and bacterial diseases, including influenza, measles, gonorrhea, and salmonella; providing information on their origins, symptoms and effects, region of operation, historic outbreaks, and developments in treatment.

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