Embola

deborah wisti-peterson nyneve at u.washington.edu
Wed Mar 22 20:31:07 EST 1995


In article <3k697c$jer at mark.ucdavis.edu>,
John W. Lester <ez056368 at peseta.ucdavis.edu> wrote:

[lots of words nipped out]

>You can read all about Ebola virus and a host of other deadly emerging
>viruses in one of the best books I have read called The Coming Plague.
>Sorry I can't remember the author's name offhand, and my wife has
>carted it off to Britain for some light reading on her trip.  It is 
>remarkably easy to read and it provides some remarkable insight into the
>politics and personalities involved in the study of these outbreaks
>(which also include HIV).  As a non-virologist, I found it absolutely
>fascinating and no I am not recieving any royalties ;-)
>-John Lester  

the author of _the coming plague_ is laurie garrett, a former 
science correspondent for national public radio. this book is 
very well-researched and quite readable. definately worth the
$25 purchase price.

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