Why a nasty surprise lurks 100 years on from the lethal 1918 flu


Yehor Lisnyi/Alamy Stock Vector By Debora MacKenzie 2018 should be a big year for us disease buffs. It is the 100th anniversary of the 1918 flu epidemic, perhaps humanity’s worst ever disease disaster. And it might be the year we send another disease to join smallpox in the dustbin of history – with luck, maybe even two. Disease has always ranked with war and famine as humanity’s chief sources of death and misery. But apart from a few things like cancer,
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