How Studying Bacteria Almost Kept Us From Discovering the Flu

Today we know pathogens — viruses, bacteria, and certain other microbes — are responsible for many diseases. But linking specific diseases to the microbes that cause them has been surprisingly tricky, and some research practices lead to false accusations.

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