Review: The Hot Zone

Title: The Hot Zone

Author: Richard Preston

Publishing Date: July 1995

Pages: 448

Genre: Forensic Medicine, Virology


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Ebola Man: Richard Preston on the Outbreak of the World’s Most Terrifying Virus

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