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There are about 1,400 known human pathogens—viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa and helminths that can cause a person's injury or death. But in a world with a trillion individual species of microorganisms, ...

Here's what scientists learn from studying dangerous pathogens in secure labs

Scientists get up close and personal with deadly pathogens to give doctors the tools they need to treat people sickened by germs. The key is keeping the researchers – and everyone around them – safe.Scientists get up close and personal with deadly pathogens to give doctors the tools they need to treat people sickened by germs. The key is keeping the researchers – and everyone around them – safe.

Working with dangerous viruses sounds like trouble – but here's what scientists learn from studying pathogens in secure labs

Working with dangerous viruses sounds like trouble – but here's what scientists learn from studying pathogens in secure labs