Friday, April 12, 2013
In China, a new form of avian flu, called H7N9, has killed 10 people and infected an additional 28. China’s gotten plaudits from the global health community for its transparency and responsiveness to this outbreak. But that's partly because many remember how China lied about SARS in 2002, a decision that killed hundreds. Public health reporter Maryn McKenna talks to Bob about what the standards are for reporting health epidemics in a wired world.
Bonobo - Cirrus
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- What Makes a Great Disease Story?
- Perception vs. Reality
- The War on Prevention
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- A Brief Biography of Cancer
- Speaking in Tongues
- Confession and Suppression
- House of Cards Recap: What Would Jesus Do?
- The Scientologists and the Film Critics