explain What was the main point of the reading?

Please choose one of the following books:

1. Superbug, Marin McKenna – Good read about MRSA, not for germophobes (unless you want to be proven right!)

2. Beating Back the Devil, Maryn McKenna – About the EIS (Epidemic Intelligence Service), branch of the CDC

3. Epic Measures, Jeffrey Smith – Reads like a novel, about a big data effort to measure disease and risk factors on a global level

4. Polio: An American Story, Oshinsky – Pulitzer Prize-winning story of the drive to eradicate polio

5. Paul Farmer: Infections and Inequalities, Mountains Beyond Mountains (about Farmer by Tracy Kidder), To Repair the World – global health

There are no specific questions for the alternate books. If you are looking for guidance on structuring your paper, your reflection paper can answer the following questions:

1. What was the main point of the reading?

2. What information did you find surprising? Why?

3. After reading the book, do you see the world differently? How? Why?

4. How do you personally feel about what you read?