Mechanisms of Spread

  title={Mechanisms of Spread},
  author={William S. Jordan},
Asian influenza was truly the Phineas Fogg of diseases, spreading around the world in less than twice eighty days with a rapidity to delight the most sanguine of Jules Verne virologists. This global dissemination has been attributed to the capacity of Asian virus to infect a highly susceptible population (1, 2). Beyond belaboring the obvious, what more… CONTINUE READING