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The War That Never Ends
Viruses and Germs vs. Humans
By: Harry G. Haberman

 
The War That Never Ends Viruses and Germs vs. Humans By: Harry G. HabermanQuantity in Basket: none
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-799-2
Edition: Paperback, 306 Pages
Publication Date: May 29, 2008
 
 
 
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This is a story of fantasy and hard cold facts beginning with a pizza party given by the “Big Fat Cat” prima donna of the microbe family.

The party was given in honor of Albus, the Colonel’s offspring. Guests were the Streptococci, Pnemococci, Gonococci, Meningococci, Diphtheria, E. Coli, Typhoid, Dysentery, Tetanus and Botulinum. TB used a cellphone to call in sick, because a human he had infected with TB returned the favor as a carrier and infected TB with Tuberculosis.

Music suddenly split the air with Beethoven’s 3rd Sonato in Asia Minor. The Dayton Place Hot Tomato Philharmonic Orchestra revved it up while the microbes did the ‘Hokey Pokey’ and the intricate ‘Two Step’.

The young bacteria went to school to learn about epidemics.

The book ends with two fine collections of microscopes and bacteria.

If you are a high school or college student and are interested in or are studying in the area of science you should definitely read this book. You could use it for help in writing reports and to become informed about epidemics which attack everyone.

Public libraries could use this as a student reference. Precautionary steps to prevent disease are mentioned as important advice to every reader. These steps recommended by the medical profession may save the reader’s life. The warning steps should be practiced at home and the constant sterilization of eating utensils are of utmost importance, plus all other medical advice published.

In this book you will find full chapters of information on Smallpox, Polio, Bubonic Plague, Legionnaire’s Disease, Cholera, Ebola, Marburg and AIDS.
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