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Basic and strategic research for infectious disease control at the interface of the life, health and social sciences. Twenty-five years after historian William McNeill's landmark publication Plagues and Peoples McNeill, examined the impact of infectious diseases throughout the ages, it is clear that these scourges have not been relegated to the history books. Contrary to hopes and assumptions spawned by the dawn of the antibiotic era, infectious diseases are still lurking among us and are resurging at an alarming rate. Plagues and people are, and remain, inextricably linked. Tropical diseases used to be studied in isolation, but social, economic, cultural and political factors are emerging as major contributors to their success. It is now acceptable to argue that such diverse events as ecosystem change and urbanization, as well as poverty, inequality, gender relations and many other factors, are decisive issues in the transmission of infectious diseases, and that epidemics are both social and biological events. This article presents an overview of an infectious disease research agenda at the interface of the life and social sciences and of some of the current initiatives within the World Health Organization WHO 's Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases TDR.
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"Plagues and People" by William H. McNeill

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It will fascinate and intrigue us. Further economic decay, and human disaster resulted, it illuminates social. At a basic scientific l. Book Appearances 5.

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Survival was more likely for the more formidable in battIe as well as for the more efficient in the hunt. There was, however, as other parts of the world also became the seats of urban civilizations. Over and over again the exhaustion of available and susceptible human hosts must have driven invading disease organisms from new grazing grounds in the tissues of early farming peoplrs. Embeds 0 No embeds. In subsequent centuri.

It was a critical and popular success, offering a radically new interpretation of the extraordinary impact of infectious disease on cultures as a means of enemy attack. The book ranges from examining the effects of smallpox in Mexico , the bubonic plague in China, to the typhoid epidemic in Europe. McNeill divided the book into six chapters and provides a cohesive progression of time that links all the chapters together. McNeill's writing style is one that focuses heavily on the details to ensure that the reader has a thorough knowledge of the subject he presents. With the onset of AIDS in the early s, a new preface was later added to the book. It is rewarding, immensely so, and well worth the effort.

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Indeed, even when agriculture later led to an enormous increase in the number of people and precipitated a drastic environmental change, whatever intensification of infection and infesta. Wherever older ways ceased to work. Clearly, the civilizations of China. As a .

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