Free bird flu DVD offer

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Dr Michael Greger

One of the most contagious of all known diseases, Michael Greger’s film ‘Pandemic Prevention’ looks at the history of the influenza virus and the human implications of so-called bird flu.

Find details of how you can receive a free DVD of ‘Pandemic Prevention’ in the February edition of The Ecologist – where you can also read Greger’s article ’10 things you didn’t know about bird flu’.

Michael Greger, M.D., is director of public health and animal agriculture at the Humane Society of the United States. This documentary traces the emergence of pathogens from the human-animal interface and suggests ways to reduce the likelihood of future pandemics.

The Ecologist and Sheepdrove Organic Farm bring you this exclusive offer. Peter and Juliet Kindersley of Sheepdrove were so impressed when they saw Michael Greger speak they decided to finance the ‘Pandemic Prevention’ DVD through the Sheepdrove Trust.

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On the DVD, Michael investigates the potential for the next influenza pandemic and the reasons behind it. He explores the origins of influenza and illustrates the link between animal domestication and many serious diseases in humans.

Understanding the causes of this emerging disease is the key to fighting the threat of a pandemic – so be sure to get your copy of the Sheepdrove funded DVD with the February edition of The Ecologist.

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One Response to “Free bird flu DVD offer”

  1. Organism of the month Jan 2009 - the Influenza virus « the natureheads blog Says:

    […] with the help of the Sheepdrove Trust ,  has made a DVD showing the whole presentation. The Humane Society is most associated with […]

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