View of The Virus Mothership

This marks ten years since I taught “Environmental Biology” at Radford University. One of my students chose to write about bird flu. I wondered why he cared if a bird sneezed. I soon learned that avian flu was one of the major challenges of our time. I have some thirty posts since then on various aspects of this spectrum of viral diseases. Ten years later, it remains high on the radar of global epidemiologists, and for good reason. Fortunately, we still have not been …

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