Mackenzie (I do not know if I spelled that right! Sorry!) There is a book I read a yr ago Called the Pearl Diver. Its really good an id only a high school reading level. So its an easy read for those of you who do not like to read. Its actually a book about Leperousy (spelling?). I think it was placed before and after WWII. Well this girl is a pearl diver who finds out that she has leperousy and the put her into quarintine on an island with others who are "infected". Well it goes on to tell of her stay and then how she never really is effected by the desease as others. Then they come out with a way to stop/slow the desease and eventually let some out (some 50 yrs later) well in the end a good bit of people do not die from the desease but die from another desease and guess what that was? HCV! when they were giving the shots for the desease they were using dirty needles. They would just scrape them on a rock and stick the next person. Well i hope i did not ruin the book too much for you, but its still a really good book and somewhat true and i would suggest reading it. well god bless everyone!!
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