Infectious Diseases of Humans

Human populations presumably have suffered and currently suffering from infectious diseases similar or identical to diseases of other wild primate populations. However, the most important infectious diseases of human populations also include diseases that could have emerged only within the past 11,000 years. These diseases can only be sustained in large dense human populations that did not exist anywhere in the world. 

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