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VIRUS INFECTION
anatomical,surgical and medical treatisesand plates, but I am bound to say that, so far as I have been able to master the relevant information they contain, it seems to me to show that manyExpand
AN INFLUENZA EPICENTRE?
A Hospital Study of Congestive Heart Failure
Pulmonary heart failure, or cor pulmonale, is common in some parts of Britain, and Flint (1954) found that it accounted for a quarter of the cases of heart failure admitted to one Sheffield hospitalExpand
Serological epidemiological studies with influenza A viruses.
The first studies of the age distribution of antibodies in man against human and swine influenza viruses were made in Britain in 1935 (Andrewes, Laidlaw & Smith, 1935) and in the U.S.A. in 1936Expand
Adjuvant influenza vaccines.
Emulsified inactivated influenza vaccines have been in use for some 18 years and the goal of enhanced serological response lasting 2 years or more has been attained. The safety of the method inExpand
Epidemiology of influenza in man.
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