Friday, October 09, 2009
In 1976, President Gerald Ford authorized the National Influenza Immunization Program to inoculate every American against an impending swine flu epidemic. But despite government predictions of one million dead, only one confirmed fatality was recorded by the end of the year. In May, Bob spoke with science writer Patrick Di Justo, who recalled the last time the media developed a fever over a mild case of flu.
Runnin'Artist: J Dilla