Documentary Examines Recent Disease Outbreaks, Potential For Global Pandemics

Monsters & Critics: CNN documentary Unseen Enemy is terrifying look at human vulnerability in face of pandemics
“On CNN [Friday], director Janet Tobias’s chilling documentary Unseen Enemy is a sobering wake-up call — as we learn about the looming potential crises of diseases like Ebola and Zika, as well as things that might seem common, like the flu. SARS, Zika, AIDS, bird flu, MERS, Ebola; all words which spark fear and panic worldwide. The documentary examines the insidious biological chatter of viruses which can lead to them staying one step ahead of technology with their cunning…” (Neale, 4/7).

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