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CSPAN
May 6, 2016 10:01pm EDT
where emerging pathogensable coming from going to haiti and south china and new deli but looked at the history of the most powerful pandemics and i focused on cholera. it has caused seven global pandemics since emerging. we think of cholera as a disease of poverty and it is that today. but when it first emerged -- this is a map ofdemic in 1832 of cholera in new york city. thousands of people died. this happened again and again over the course of the 19th-century. it wasn't just new york city but london, paris and other cities were plagued during the 19th century. i wanted to look at how that happened, how we responded and how that could shed light on the challenges we face today with our own era of pandemics. back in 1832, doctors collected this data. it shows a pretty clear picture of cholera coming down the hudson river, down the eerie canal and toward new york city. but no one wanted to quarantine the water bay because it was the engine of growth and huge amounts of commerce were coming down the roadways so they refused to do it. my powerpoint wants to give you to talk all at once.
CSPAN
Aug 6, 2016 5:53am EDT
pathogens were coming from and i went to haiti and south china and new delhi and elsewhere but i also looked at the history of some of our most powerful pandemics in and the one i focused on was cholera because it's one of our most successful pandemic pathogens. it's caused seven global pandemic since it immersed -- and merge the 1970s. we think of cholera is a disease of poverty and it is that today but when it first emerged, -- there we go. this is a map of an epidemic in 1832 in new york city. thousands of people died and this happened again and again over the course of the 19th century. it wasn't just new york city was also london paris and new orleans in the number of cities were plagued by cholera epidemics in the 19th century. what i wanted to look at is how that happened and how we responded and how that could shed light on the challenges we face today as we face our own era of new pandemics. back in 1832 doctors collected data. it shows a pretty clear picture. cholera coming down the hudson river coming down the airy canal heading straight for new york city however nobody in
CSPAN
Apr 10, 2016 9:30am EDT
emerging pathogens are coming from and i went to haiti and south china and new delhi and elsewhere, but i also looked at the history of our most powerful pandemics. the one i focused on la scala road because it's one of our most successful pathogens that cause seven global pandemics and the first emerged in the 19th century. we think of cholera as a disease of poverty and it is that today. when it first emerged, -- this s a map of epidemic in 1832 of cholera in 1832. dozens of people died in this happened again and again over the course of the 19th century. it wasn't just new york city. london, paris, new orleans, and member service are played by the 19th century. what i wanted to look at how it was responded and how that could shed light on the challenges we face today as we face our road era of new pandemics. back in the 1832 -- we can show that. doctors collected this data. it shows a pretty clear picture. coming down the hudson river, an area canal heading straight for new york city. however, nobody in the city of new york want to quarantine the rivers. this is the engine of economic
CSPAN
May 22, 2016 3:45pm EDT
reporting to look at where emerging pathogens were coming from, and i went to haiti and south china and new delhi and elsewhere, but i also looked at the history of some of the our most powerful pandemics. and the i one i focused on was cholera because it's one of our most successful ndemic-causing pathogens, it's caused seven global pandemics since it firsted -- first emerged in the 19th century. we think of it as a disease of poverty, and it is that today, but when it first emerged -- [inaudible conversations] oh, there we go. okay. so this is, this is a map of epidemic in 1832 of cholera in new york city. thousands of people died. and, you know, this happened again and again over the course of the 19th century. and these, and it wasn't just new york city, it was also london, paris, new orleans, a number of cities were plagued by cholera epidemics during the 19th century. so what i wanted to look at is how that happened and then, also, how we responded and how that could shed light on the challenges that we face today as we face our own era of new pandemics. so back in the 18, back in
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)