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An Ancient Outbreak of Bubonic Plague May Have Been Exaggerated

16:25 EST 4 Dec 2019 | Bioethics.com

(Science News) – An ancient bubonic plague outbreak often characterized as a mass killer that felled Eurasian civilizations was actually pretty tame, researchers say. Known as the Justinianic plague, the outbreak likely didn’t cause enough deaths to trigger major events … Read More

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