The legacy of the Spanish flu

@article{Shablovsky2017TheLO,
  title={The legacy of the Spanish flu},
  author={Suzanne Shablovsky},
  journal={Science},
  year={2017},
  volume={357},
  pages={1245 - 1245}
}
Nearly a century after it killed millions, a journalist reflects on how a pandemic changed the world Between 1918 and 1920, the Spanish flu infected a third of the global population. It claimed more lives than either World War I or World War II. Nearly a century later, we are still struggling to understand the extent of this pandemic. It crops up from time to time in popular science and history, but no one has yet to take as wide-sweeping an approach as Laura Spinney does in her new book, Pale… Expand

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