"Spanish Flu through the Lens of One Who Lived through it and the Indispensable Lessons Learned as a Result" - Medical History Magazine
The Spanish Flu was one of the deadliest viral outbreaks in history. It erupted just as World War I was coming to an end in 1918. The virus wreaked havoc across the entire world and ravaged as many 50 million lives by conservative estimates. While we do not know about the true epicenter of the fatal disease, it spread globally with soldiers as carriers.
This is the gut-wrenching story of tragedy on a colossal scale but also of hope and brotherhood in a time of crisis. While the sad event is etched on the hearts of those who suffered from it, those who lived to tell about it also shared the lessons learned.
What you'll read is the first-hand account of abysmal horror that the situation unleashed and the state of chaos that ensued for years. How entire global healthcare systems were mobilized and dedicated to fighting the ugly beast.
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Many of the lessons that had been learned in the wake of the devastation were applied in the current pandemic spread. We need to also be prepared should a similar situation arise, again, in the future.
This book is a true eye-opener and will help you look incredibly closely at the Spanish Flu and how the ugly monster was brought to rest and the great human cost that we endured.
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