A brief history of vaccines and vaccination.

@article{Lombard2007ABH,
  title={A brief history of vaccines and vaccination.},
  author={M. Lombard and Paul Pierre Pastoret and Anne Marie Moulin},
  journal={Revue scientifique et technique},
  year={2007},
  volume={26 1},
  pages={
          29-48
        }
}
Human vaccinology, with its primary focus on the individual, seems far removed from veterinary medicine, with its concern for the health of the herd. Yet several episodes in the past (smallpox, fowl cholera, anthrax, swine erysipelas, rabies, tuberculosis, etc.) serve to illustrate the proximity between research on veterinary and human vaccines. In some cases the human vaccine was developed first, while in other cases it was the animal vaccine. The history of vaccinology clearly demonstrates… 
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