Bernardino Fantini and Aldo Morrone. From the past to the future: migration and disease
From the moment man and the animals first began to exist side by side right up to today's swine or avian influenza epidemics, our relationship with infectious agents carried by domestic animals has influenced the scenarios of human diversity, fostering gloomy asymmetries between the peoples of the Old World and those of the "new worlds".
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