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World War C: Lessons from the Covid-19 Pandemic and How to Prepare for the Next One

Sanjay Gupta

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CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta, offers an accessible, data-packed answer to our biggest questions about Covid-19: What have we learned about this pandemic and how can we prepare for - or prevent - the next one?

'If there is any 'must read' book about COVID-19, this is, without a doubt, the one.'
Peter Jay Hotez, MD, PhD, National School of Tropical Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine

'Drawing on his brilliant reporting from the front lines of the fight against COVID, Gupta has produced a book filled with hope and optimism that draws on the lessons of the recent past to give people a grounded sense of how to navigate the future.'

Walter Isaacson, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Code Breaker

Frontline Covid-19 health journalist, Dr. Sanjay Gupta has had insider access to the unfolding pandemic, including exclusive conversations with the world's top public health experts and behind-the-scenes scientists racing to find treatments and cures. And now he's sharing what he's learned in a book that will answer not only all our questions about what happened, but also about how our world will change in the years ahead, even once we're back to 'normal'.

As the doctor who's been guiding us through the crisis with compassion, clarity, and well-earned wisdom, he gives you the unvarnished story behind the pandemic, including insights about the novel virus's behavior, and offers practical tools to ready ourselves for what lies ahead.

He answers critical questions: Can we stamp out the virus for good (and if not, how do we live with it)? Should we put our parents in a nursing home? How do you decide when it's safe to go to a public pool or schedule elective surgery? What should Covid survivors know about protecting their future health? What if you become a long-hauler with chronic health challenges stemming?

World War C will give you hope for the future along with real information that leaves you more resilient and secure.

'Part murder mystery, part practical how-to-survive guide, Dr Sanjay Gupta's World War C is a tour de force. In this riveting book, Sanjay divulges, as few others can, what you didn't hear about in the news during the pandemic, and equips us with the everyday tools to stay safe and chase life like never before.'
Andy Slavitt, former senior advisor of COVID-19 response, Biden White House

'With his characteristic curiosity, compassion, and humility, combined with unparalleled talent as a master-storyteller, Dr Gupta presents the defining history of the greatest public health catastrophe of our lifetimes. This is a must-read for how we can emerge stronger as individuals and as a society.'

Leana Wen, Washington Post contributing columnist, former Baltimore health commissioner and author of Lifelines

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Praise for World War C: Lessons from the Covid-19 Pandemic and How to Prepare for the Next One

  • With his characteristic curiosity, compassion, and humility, combined with unparalleled talent as a master-storyteller, Dr. Gupta presents the defining history of the greatest public health catastrophe of our lifetimes. This is a must-read for how we can emerge stronger as individuals and as a society. - Leana Wen, Washington Post contributing columnist, former Baltimore health commissioner

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Sanjay Gupta

Dr Gupta is the multiple Emmy award winning chief medical correspondent for CNN. Gupta, a practicing neurosurgeon, plays an integral role in CNN's reporting on health and medical news for all of CNN's shows domestically and internationally . His bestselling book Chasing Life: New Discoveries in the Search for Immortality to Help You Age Less was made into a 6-part documentary on CNN and focused on Dr. Gupta's travels to Japan, India, Bolivia, Norway, Italy, and Turkey to uncover secrets to living a longer and better life.

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