Some Influences of the American Hookworm



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Beveridge, W. I. B. Influenza: The Last Great Plague: An Unfinished Story of Discovery. New York: Prodist, 1977. A good short survey of the epidemic, if a bit dated. Provides a good description of how subtypes and variant forms of the virus are formed, and how they compete with one another to generate waves of fresh infection during pandemics.
Black, Francis L. “Infectious Diseases in Primitive Societies.” Science 187, no. 4176 (Feb. 14, 1975): 515-518. Based on an analysis of infectious diseases in isolated Amazonian tribes, Black concludes that many common infectious diseases cannot maintain themselves in small, isolated populations, and were therefore not a problem for early man.

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