Coincidental killers: when bacteria kill us it's more accident than assassination | Curio

Coincidental killers: when bacteria kill us it's more accident than assassination

20 mins | May 28, 2017

We assume that microbes evolved to attack humans, but Ed Yong writing in Aeon Magazine tells us that we are actually just civilian casualties in a much older war and that when bacteria kill us it’s more accident than assassination.

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From Aeon magazine