Bird Flu

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Disinformation, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 125 pages
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A bird flu pandemic is inevitable—so we are told. First identified in China, this apparently merciless virus, which originated in chickens, has the potential to mutate and kill thousands, even millions of people. John Farndon offers a compact, one-stop read that tells it straight. The public doesn’t want to spend months doing research, andBird Fluprovides readers with all the necessary information.


This is something that can’t be pushed aside and ignored––people really do need to know if there is anything to fear, and if so, what can they do about it?

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Farndon is the author or many popular reference books on a wide range of topics. He has written for publishers including Penguin, Dorling Kindersley, Heinemann, Hodder, and Thames & Hudson. Professor Tony Minson is head of the virology department at Cambridge University and a member of the Lister Institute of Preventative Medicine.

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