H1N1 or Swine Flu caused a great panic within the medical community as well as in the public eye. While the mortality rate remained quite low, H1N1 does raise questions for the medical community. Do we rely too heavily on antibiotics? Are viruses becoming immune to our battery of antibiotics? What would we do if a super contagious virus could not be treated? This anthology interrogates these difficult questions and others. Readers will learn about the latest medical and policy ideas regarding viral pandemics and preventing their spread.