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8 Eye Opening Books About Viruses

How the work, how to avoid and recover from these pesky, tiny but powerful enemies of mankind!

Viruses are tiny organisms that to reproduce have to penetrate our cells’ DNA. It sounds scary because it is. These books delve deep into the world of these microorganisms, the future of mankind’s battle with them, and how we might lose.

These books are fascinating stories and non-fiction treasure troves of information that mean you will never be dry on information about this incredible world that lives inside our cells.

#1 The Coming Plague by Laurie Garrett

The Coming Plague by Laurie GarrettGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Polluted water, overuse of antitoxins is producing drug-resistant bugs, easy worldwide travel provides conditions to hop real obstacles that use to prevent them are some of these builds a system where calamitous attacks ultimately get a higher hand. Garrett brings you on a fifty-year journey into the world’s struggles with bacteria and analyzes the worldwide situations that have finished in repeated bursts of newly identified diseases, conditions of diseases transferring to new fields, and mutated old bugs that are no long-drawn temporary.

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#2 Virus Hunter by Mark Olshaker

Virus Hunter by Mark OlshakerGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

A captivating story of 30 years of hunting and battling revolutions over Africa and the Americas, addressed by the former head of Special Pathogens at the CDC. Mark was among those who served to include the 1989 Ebola disorder reported in The Hot Zone.

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#3 Bat Out of Hell by Alan Gold

Bat Out of Hell by Alan GoldGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The dangerous virus in Bat Out of Hell is a new Black Plague. Published by hits just as the Black Plague did spread by rats, Gold’s fictional attack sparks a frenzied discussion between his roles. Should bats be driven to murder to save humanity? Are animal lives too expensive to lose? Or is there a different answer, like the medicine that his numbers are running facing time to obtain?

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#4 Flu by Gina Kolata

Flu by Gina KolataGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

During we consider of plagues, we estimate of AIDS, anthrax spores, and, of way, the Black Death. But in 1918 the Great Flu Epidemic aka The Spanish Flu destroyed an estimated 38 million people practically late, mystifyingly attacking the inexperienced and healthy first. If such a plague turned today, using a similar division of the U.S. community with it, 1.4 million Westerns would die. Heart-stopping investigative journalism that tells the story of the flu and the aims to inquire about it in animated form and something happens if it gets back.

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#5 Beating Back the Devil by Maryn McKenna

Beating Back the Devil by Maryn McKennaGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The common social impulse is to run from an explosion of a disease like Ebola. These scientists run toward it. Their job is to stop epidemics from occurring. They are the temperature copper corps of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the national firm that follows and tries to stop disease breaks and bio-terrorist strikes around the world. McKenna brings us inside the companies to reach and travel with the junior professors who travel the world seeking out and electing the next attack.

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#6 The Hot Zone by Richard Preston

The Hot Zone by Richard PrestonGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The bestselling position statement of the first evolution of the Ebola virus. A highly dangerous, dangerous virus from the central African rain forest quickly rises in the areas of Washington, D.C. There is no medicine. On some days, 85% of its victims are dead. A close military SWAT team of officers and scientists is enlisted to stop the discharge of this exotic tropical virus. This hair-raising story tells the dramatic account of that team and of the light and harmful viruses and their accidents into the human population. Surprising, frightening, and difficult to overlook, The Hot Zone explains that truth really is scarier than fabrication.

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#7 The Great Influenza by John M. Barry

The Great Influenza by John M. BarryGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This is a fantastic story about the greatest plague in modern history. Few people know that only about a century ago (between September 1918 and the spring of 1919) an influenza pandemic killed at least 50 million people worldwide.

This book is about that pandemic as well as the revolution in modern medicine that resulted from it.

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#8 The Viral Network by Theresa MacPhail

The Viral Network by Theresa MacPhailGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This book is readable for academics and non-academics alike. It’s a accessible but scientific look into viral pandemics.

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Contributors to this article
Harpreet Singh from Saini Blogs

David Belk from True Cost of Healthcare

Lindsey Cormack from N/A

Written by Zak Parker

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