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Population bomb puts whole world at risk

July 18, 2009 • Daily Email Recap

Thanks to Alex Szczech for this article from the Capital Times of Madison, Wisconsin.
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If we managed to dodge a devastating global pandemic with the big swine flu scare, that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t still be scared.

H1N1 may be reduced to crude jokes by the time Memorial Day parties roll around and the brats are on the grill, but the world health community isn’t laughing, and we shouldn’t be either.

On the epidemiological front, health authorities know the clock is ticking, and one of these days a big bomb is likely to go off.

For full article, visit:
http://www.madison.com/tct/opinion/column/berry/450708


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