China Syndrome

The True Story of the 21st Century's First Great Epidemic
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ISBN-13:
9780061851520
Einband:
EPUB
Seiten:
464
Autor:
Karl Taro Greenfeld
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

When the SARS virus broke out in China in January 2003, Karl Taro Greenfeld was the editor of Time Asia in Hong Kong, just a few miles from the epicenter of the outbreak. After vague, initial reports of terrified Chinese boiling vinegar to "e;purify"e; the air, Greenfeld and his staff soon found themselves immersed in the story of a lifetime.Deftly tracking a mysterious viral killer from the bedside of one of the first victims to Chinas overwhelmed hospital wardsfrom cutting-edge labs where researchers struggle to identify the virus to the war rooms at the World Health Organization headquarters in GenevaChina Syndrome takes readers on a gripping ride that blows through the Chinese governments effort to cover up the disease . . . and sounds a clarion call warning of a catastrophe to come: a great viral storm potentially more deadly than any respiratory disease since the influenza of 1918.
When the SARS virus broke out in China in January 2003, Karl Taro Greenfeld was the editor of Time Asia in Hong Kong, just a few miles from the epicenter of the outbreak. After vague, initial reports of terrified Chinese boiling vinegar to "e;purify"e; the air, Greenfeld and his staff soon found themselves immersed in the story of a lifetime.Deftly tracking a mysterious viral killer from the bedside of one of the first victims to Chinas overwhelmed hospital wardsfrom cutting-edge labs where researchers struggle to identify the virus to the war rooms at the World Health Organization headquarters in GenevaChina Syndrome takes readers on a gripping ride that blows through the Chinese governments effort to cover up the disease . . . and sounds a clarion call warning of a catastrophe to come: a great viral storm potentially more deadly than any respiratory disease since the influenza of 1918.
When the SARS virus broke out in China in January 2003, Karl Taro Greenfeld was the editor of Time Asia in Hong Kong, just a few miles from the epicenter of the outbreak. After vague, initial reports of terrified Chinese boiling vinegar to "purify" the air, Greenfeld and his staff soon found themselves immersed in the story of a lifetime.

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