By Jeanne Guillemin
I learn this and graysmith's ebook regarding the anthrax assaults. i discovered this publication to be the higher. analyzing it truly is like hearing somebody describe a spider's internet, with it is various traces, thicknesses, angles, dimensions ... its tough to completely discover a subject matter with various websites, characters, and the timelines. the writer does greater than an sufficient activity of attaining those initiatives. with our best investigative businesses by no means having publicly resolved this complicated case, i felt upset whilst the top of the booklet got here and we hadn't reached a end, either... it is a quickly learn. given the variation among the present fee new ($40.00) and used ($0.01), for the fee - used - you cannot get it wrong.
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He has come to Moscow today to argue once again the case for anthrax-infected meat as the source of the epidemic, and he has brought documents to support his case. I have not seen him since his 1988 visit to the United States. That he is visibly older and thinner reminds me of how each year diminishes the cast of players from 1979. Still, at over six feet tall, with thick white hair, a heavy brow with protruding platinum eyebrows, and a barrel chest, Burgasov remains a commanding, almost operatic presence, like a character in Boris Godunov.
Olga Yampolskaya has warned us that the two men might come to blows if they meet. Our scheduling of appointments is admittedly not brilliant, but we have arranged for Nikiforov to be shown to an office securely distant, we hope, from the conference room. Yampolskaya and David Walker are waiting for him there, ready to review whatever the photographs reveal. Leaving Matthew, Alexis Shelokov, and our veterinarian, Martin Hugh-Jones, to begin discussion with Burgasov, I cross the hall and traverse several connecting rooms to check that our second visitor has safely reached his destination.
We are met by our host at the Institute, Dr. Yevgeniy Sverdlov (no relation to the Bolshevik Sverdlov for whom Yekaterinburg was previously named), the institute’s director and an internationally known molecular geneticist. In the institute’s conference room waits the former Deputy Minister of Health, Dr. Pyotr Burgasov, the lone survivor of the three key Soviet physicians who developed evidence that the Sverdlovsk epidemic was gastrointestinal. In 1979 Burgasov was the senior official sent from Moscow to handle the outbreak.
Anthrax: The Investigation of a Deadly Outbreak by Jeanne Guillemin