Ask any expert in infectious diseases and they’ll tell you that when it comes to pandemics, it’s not a question of if we’ll have another one.
It’s a question of when. Today’s episode investigates what the most likely killers might be, and whether we’re prepared or not.
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- Ed Yong, science writer at The Atlantic
- Nahid Bhadelia, assistant professor at Boston University School of Medicine and the Medical Director of Special Pathogens Unit (SPU) at Boston Medical Center
- Laura Spinney, science writer and author of Pale Rider: The Spanish Flu of 1918 and How It Changed the World
- Nicola Twilley, co-host of Gastropod and author of a forthcoming book on quarantine
- The Next Plague is Coming. Is America Ready?
- Pale Rider: The Spanish Flu of 1918 and How It Changed the World
- Yuuyaraq: The Way of the Human Being by Harold Napoleon
- Strengthening Health Systems While Responding to a Health Crisis: Lessons Learned by a Nongovernmental Organization During the Ebola Virus Disease Epidemic in Sierra Leone
- Medicine’s Long, Thin Supply Chain
- What Bill Gates Fears Most
- Predicting virus emergence amid evolutionary noise
- Nebraska’s Biocontainment Unit
- The Terrifying Lessons of a Pandemic Simulation
- Clade X Livestream
- CDC Director: Why I Don’t Support A Travel Ban To Combat The Ebola Outbreak
- Protecting the Public’s Health from Diseases, Disasters and Bioterrorism
- How prepared is the world for the next epidemic? This tool shows most countries are not.