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Twelve Diseases That Changed Our World. First Edition. Covers the history of twelve important diseases and addresses public health responses and societal upheavals.
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Historical perspectives on these diseases will be indispensable for a better understanding of how we and our forbearers.
In the superb Twelve Diseases That Changed Our World, 10 of the featured maladies are caused by microbes: smallpox, bubonic plague, cholera, tuberculosis, syphilis, influenza, malaria, yellow fever, AIDS, and the Irish potato blight.
Hemophilia and porphyria are the only noninfectious illnesses to make the : Tony Miksanek. In the preface to his book Twelve Diseases That Changed Our World, Professor Sherman tells the reader that his aim is not to catalog past diseases and tell of their historic consequences but to examine the lessons learned from past “plagues” and how they might enable us to deal with “coming plagues.” Moreover, he tells us that his target audience is Author: Paul S.
Twelve Diseases That Changed Our World book. Covers the history of twelve important diseases and addresses public health responses and societal upheavals. Chronicles the ways disease outbreaks shaped traditions and institutions of Western civilization.
Explains the effects, causes, and outcomes from past epidemics. Describes a dozen diseases to show how disease control either was achieved or failed. Thereafter, the book turns to the topic of infectious diseases and the lessons learned from earlier responses to “unanticipated outbreaks of disease” to inform preparedness for future outbreaks.
Specifically, the chapters are devoted to the study of cholera, smallpox, bubonic plaque, syphilis, tuberculosis, malaria, fever, influenza, and AIDS. Twelve Diseases That Changed Our World by Irwin W. Sherman Paperback Book, pages See Other Available Editions Description Sherman considers the history of 12 important diseases: their impact, their consequences, their costs, and the lessons : Twelve diseases that changed our world.
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Sherman. Discover how twelve diseases, namely porphyria, hemophilia, the Irish potato blight, cholera, smallpox, bubonic plague, syphilis, tuberculosis, malaria, yellow fever, the great influenza pandemic, and AIDS, changed the world and the very real threat they still pose for the future.
Influenza Few diseases have had such widespread effects on the number of deaths in the modern world as the flu, which remains a major threat worldwide despite the existence of vaccines against it.
Earliest Known first described by Hippocrates in BCE. Major Outbreaks There were major outbreaks inandthe last being a pandemic, before a lullFile Size: KB.
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