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Bovine spongiform encephalopathy: its wider meaning for population health
- Biology, MedicineBMJ
Although the infective agent of bovine spongiform encephalopathy and its effects may seem exotic, this episode merely extends the long running narrative whereby changes in human culture induce new infectious diseases.
Immunization: Celebrating the past and Injecting the Future
- MedicineJournal of the Royal Society of Medicine
It was Jenner's remarkable-and today unthinkable-experiment on a young boy that earned him a unique place in vaccination's history and established the importance of vaccination and inspired others to use the technique.
Human cowpox 1969–93: a review based on 54 cases
- MedicineThe British journal of dermatology
This survey of the clinical and epidemiological features of human cowpox, a rare but relatively severe zoonotic infection, is based on 54 cases, many unpublished, which we have studied since 1969.…
Myths in Medicine: Immunisation
The rapid pace of vaccine development this century has been paralleled by a whole new generation of myths, the nature of these myths is mostly that children are inappropriately denied immunisation, which could allow the continued circulation of preventable infections.
The prevention of smallpox: from Edward Jenner to Monckton Copeman.
- MedicineMedical history
Development of Smallpox Vaccine in England in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
- MedicineBritish medical journal
Every person who shall from and after the passing of this Act produce or cause to produce the Disease of Smallpox in any person shall be liable to be proceeded against and imprisoned in the Common gaol, or House of Correction for a Month.
Sydney Arthur Monckton Copeman 1862-1947
- HistoryObituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society
Sydney Arthur Monckton Copeman was born at Norwich on 21 February- 1862; he died at Hove, after a brief illness, on 11 April 1947. His career as an investigator and administrator lay in the field of…