Influenza Report 2006
by B. Kamps, C. Hoffmann, W. Preiser
Publisher: Flying Publisher 2006
Number of pages: 225
Infectious diseases have accompanied humans ever since they opted for a sedentary lifestyle. In a world with an increasing potential for the rapid spread of pathogens the role of efficient infectious disease task forces can therefore not be overestimated. Influenza Report 2006 is a medical textbook that provides a comprehensive overview of epidemic and pandemic influenza.
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