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Overall Meaning - Future of the Plague

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Plague: Past, Present, and Future.

Stenseth, Nils Christian, Bakyt B. Atshabar, Mike Begon, Steven R. Belmain, Eric Bertherat, Elisabeth Carniel, Kenneth L. Gage, Herwig Leirs, and Lila Rahalison. "Plague: Past, Present, and Future." PLOS Medicine (January 15, 2008): n. pag. Journals.plos.org. PLOS. Web. 20 Mar. 2016.

According to this article, the "future" of the plague might be

A

catastrophic death that is unavoidable, similar to the Second and Third Pandemics.

B

no deaths at all and little or no spreading, the disease is limited to certain countries.

C

death and destruction that could be prevented with planning and research.

D

many deaths due to aerosol bioterrorism and blending animal habitats.