Soldiers with influenza in hospital in Camp Funston, Kansas in 1918. Some of the first cases of the pandemic were recorded here. Photo: Alamy

What deadly 1918 Spanish flu outbreak taught us, and how world can ready for next pandemic

Some scientists believe the next major influenza pandemic could kill 150 million people, with diabetes, obesity, antibiotic-resistant bacteria and global warming complicating the fight against it

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Soldiers with influenza in hospital in Camp Funston, Kansas in 1918. Some of the first cases of the pandemic were recorded here. Photo: Alamy
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