Outbreaks and epidemics: battling infection from measles to coronavirus

by  Meera Senthilingam


In recent years, outbreaks of Ebola and Zika have provided vivid examples of how difficult it is to contain an infection once it strikes, and the panic that a rapidly spreading epidemic can ignite. But while we chase the diseases we are already aware of, new ones are constantly emerging, like the coronavirus that spread across the world in 2020. At the same time, antimicrobial resistance is harnessing infections that we once knew how to control, enabling them to thrive once more

Table Of Contents

  • Twenty-first-century infections
  • Disease and politics
  • Long live disease
  • New and unknown
  • Mosquito domination
  • Time for a comeback
  • When animals attack
  • I'm not going anywhere


Transmission / History / Communicable diseases / Epidemiology


Published London : Icon Books, 2020
Language English
Material xv, 176 p. ;
ISBN 9781785785634
TCDC Bangkok - New Arrival (Books)

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