From Smallpox to Lyme Disease
Thomas D. Brock, editor
1990, 173 pages, 89 photos and drawings (some color). Looks at the facts behind infectious diseases. Articles from Scientific American chronicle the development of medical microbiology, from centuries-old bubonic plague to more recently identified Lyme disease. Other topics include Legionellosis, smallpox, vaccines, malaria, trypanosomes, island epidemics, and U.S. biological warfare program. Editor provides an introduction to each section, and a postscript to each chapter. Paperback; 7-1/4 x 9-3/16″.
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