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Did I become immune to the horror?! Or did it finally put me to sleep?
In places, it sort of felt like a text book. My education was not adequate for a complete unders 3 stars This book is in-depth.
My education was not adequate for a complete understanding of some of the medical discussions. It is heavily footnoted and has an index too. It is no sensational, quick read. It is both scary and deadening.
Yes, the pun was intended. Elimination of a disease threat is inextricably bound to economics, development and politics.
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