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In 1969, US Surgeon General William H. Stewart said that it was time to close the book on infectious disease. But the enemy, and the power of natural selection, had been underestimated. The sober reality is that pathogens can adapt to every chemical researchers develop. With the surge in global travel, these diseases can be spread as quickly as they are identified. But the same science that is fighting these diseases also has a hand in creating and adapting other pathogens.

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