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From 1872 to 1887, several works were published in which rabies were described as if they were only connected with blood-vessels and interstitial tissue, and so the disease was considered as a circulatory one, affecting the nervous system only secondarily. The histological study of the nervous system by Babès (1887), started off the second period of the… (More)
IN HER recent article on the history of smallpox, Lise Wilkinson recalls some observations on preventive transmission of cowpox to man made before Jenner.1 Among the names mentioned it is surprising not to find that of Jacques-Antoine Rabaut-Pommier (1744-1820), a French protestant pastor born in Nimes and living near Montpellier. Concerning Rabaut-Pommier,… (More)