The 1918 Spanish flu pandemic
As well as lives lost in war, the world was gripped by a deadly flu in 1918. Why was it so bad? With no vaccines or antibiotics, how did doctors try to tackle it? And could it happen again? Virologist Professor Wendy Barclay answers all.
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