Hans Zinsser

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United States bacteriologist who helped develop immunization against typhus fever (1878-1940)


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This long-standing battle was perhaps best articulated by the eminent physician and microbiologist Hans Zinsser in his classic Rats, Lice and History, a splendid book (now, sadly, out of print) whose title has given rise to a veritable genre (Guns, Germs, and Steel; Viruses, Plagues, & History; Plagues and Peoples; Man and Microbes) but whose style has never been approximated:
En su lugar, se parece mas a la evaluacion de Hans Zinsser.
Rather, it resembles more closely the assessment of Hans Zinsser.
Hans Zinsser, Rats, Lice, and History (Boston, 1934), 192 ff.
Rather it is the one made by Hans Zinsser, that the disease of the period was, in his words, "a far more virulent, acute, and fatal condition than it is now.