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An engaging and illuminating look at why zoonotic diseases, which develop in animals but can jump to humans, are so devastating. The author also gives an interesting explanation of why bats are uniquely suited to be little “virus blenders.”

Jessica (Ph.D., Biology)

Jessica (Ph.D., Biology)

Earned my undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University in biology and Ph.D. in Cell Biology from Vanderbilt ('13). Six-plus years working in health policy.

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