Film, Video Spillover: Animal Infections & the Next Pandemic
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- Spillover: Animal Infections & the Next Pandemic
- Prize-winning science writer David Quammen discusses his book "Spillover," in which he tracks the animal origins of human diseases through the centuries, with National Book Festival Co-Chairman David Rubenstein.
- Event Date
- April 30, 2020
- Running Time
- 31 minutes 35 seconds
- Online Format
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