By: Paul W Ewald
298 pages, Figs, tabs
The author brings a Darwinian perspective to the study of infectious disease. He argues that disease-producing bacteria and viruses are parasites, and explains the history of disease as a host-parasite relationship, one which can evolve in many different ways and with radically different effects on the host population.
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