Research in Times of Epidemics From AIDS to Covid
The views of a doctor, who analyzes the AIDS crisis as the catalyst for a new health democracy, in relation to the recent debates on the management of public health policies.
Revolutions in Biology and the Human Condition
A reflection on the prowess and the promises of biotechnologies, this text also casts a critical light on the transhumanist project.
Robert Debré, a French vocation A very great physician, a great scientist, a model for the French
The style of the narrative is very upbeat, almost that of a novel. The story of a family that is also a way of restoring the history of France from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present. The reputation of the author, and
Microbiotic Man Humans and microbes: thousands of years of a shared history — for better or for worse.
A book that will interest readers who wish to learn more about such issues as epidemics, the current vaccination controversy, the recent flare-up of the Ebola virus and hopes of eradicating Ebola.
Patrice Debré, Jean-Paul Gonzalez
The Life and Death of Epidemics
A fascinating history of epidemics and the struggle to overcome them, from earliest times to the present