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International law and infectious diseases.
  1. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London

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    International law and infectious diseases. David P Fidler. (Pp 364; price not stated). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999. ISBN 0-19-826851-3

    Infectious diseases are usually considered from the view point of the human populations affected, the diseases that are caused, and the biology of the micro-organisms. Microbiologists and epidemiologists seldom consider the political dimensions of their activities. This book outlines the ways in which international law has attempted to deal with the spread of microbial diseases. Consideration is not only in terms of international …

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