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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1953; Volume 9, Number 6, Year 1953, Pages 785-812: Dose Lib Cycle of Insecticide -Applications in the Commol of Malaria

By G. Macdonald

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Title: Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1953; Volume 9, Number 6, Year 1953, Pages 785-812: Dose Lib Cycle of Insecticide -Applications in the Commol of Malaria  
Author: G. Macdonald
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
Collections: Medical Library Collection, World Health Collection
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Publisher: World Health Organization

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Macdonald, G. (n.d.). Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1953; Volume 9, Number 6, Year 1953, Pages 785-812. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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A significant consideration in the world-wide infection at the time of a smallpox epidemic in smallpox eradication programme now under way is the area. Both orang-utans were in the same cage the absence of any known animal reservoir. Eradica- and demonstrated typical lesions on the face, hands, tion programmes for yellow fever and malaria were and soles of the feet; one died. A virus was isolated initiated in the belief that animal reservoirs were non- in chick embryos from both affected animals. It existent, but subsequent studies showed these induced lesions resembling those produced by assumptions to be incorrect. Therefore, in the small- variola vim when inoculated on rabbit cornea. pox eradication programme a continuing search for Other monkeys in the zoo, none of which had been evidence of a possible reservoir of smallpox in non- previously vaccinated, remained unaffected. It was human primates is appropriate and attention must suspected that the animals were infected from be paid to the recently recognized,monkeypox virus humans, since at that time ambulant smallpox cases which closely resembles variola virus. wae frequent.

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