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Martin Obschonka, Michael Fritsch and Michael Stuetzer

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P. M. Vasudev

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P. M. Vasudev

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Edited by Mohammad B. Rana and Matthew M.C. Allen

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John D. Graham

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Krzysztof Borodako, Jadwiga Berbeka and Michał Rudnicki

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Krzysztof Borodako, Jadwiga Berbeka and Michał Rudnicki

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Krzysztof Borodako, Jadwiga Berbeka and Michał Rudnicki

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Peter A.G. van Bergeijk

For decades scientists all around the world have steadily predicted that a new pandemic with significant loss of life would occur within a generation. The case is clear. Pandemics have been with us a long time. The father of medicine, Hippocrates, already discusses the bubonic plage and the 'Cough of Perinthus' in the fifth century BC.

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Peter A.G. van Bergeijk