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China (China) (search for this): article 4
called attention to the fact that while vaccination is almost universal in Europe, and children must be vaccinated before they can enter school, not one in four of our population have adopted this precaution against infection. This negligence, he remarked, results from our scattered and sparse population, which has rendered us comparatively secure against the spread of any infections disease. He gave a learned and interesting review of the early practice of inoculation, first practiced in China 2400 years ago and introduced into Europe by Lady Mary Motley Montague about 1720, and the subsequent discovery of kine pox by Lt. Edward Jenner, and the introduction therefrom of vaccination instead of the more dangerous practices of inoculation. Dr. Jenner had observed that furing the prevalence of small-pox, milk maids never contracted the disease, and after careful investigation of the cause of their immunity, he found that they were inoculated from the udders of the cow with a disease
Atlanta (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 4
The subject of vaccination. --A public meeting was held at Atlanta, Ga., recently, at which Dr. W. H. Cummings, an experienced physician, delivered an address on vaccination. As the subject is an important one just now, we extract some of his remarks, in addition to other publications recently made in this paper on the same subject: He called attention to the fact that while vaccination is almost universal in Europe, and children must be vaccinated before they can enter school, not one in four of our population have adopted this precaution against infection. This negligence, he remarked, results from our scattered and sparse population, which has rendered us comparatively secure against the spread of any infections disease. He gave a learned and interesting review of the early practice of inoculation, first practiced in China 2400 years ago and introduced into Europe by Lady Mary Motley Montague about 1720, and the subsequent discovery of kine pox by Lt. Edward Jenner, an
Edward Jenner (search for this): article 4
disease. He gave a learned and interesting review of the early practice of inoculation, first practiced in China 2400 years ago and introduced into Europe by Lady Mary Motley Montague about 1720, and the subsequent discovery of kine pox by Lt. Edward Jenner, and the introduction therefrom of vaccination instead of the more dangerous practices of inoculation. Dr. Jenner had observed that furing the prevalence of small-pox, milk maids never contracted the disease, and after careful investigatioDr. Jenner had observed that furing the prevalence of small-pox, milk maids never contracted the disease, and after careful investigation of the cause of their immunity, he found that they were inoculated from the udders of the cow with a disease precisely like vaccination. He also was convinced that the cows took the disease from the feet of the horse through the hands of the grooms, who, from cleaning their hoofs would sometimes milk the cows. From this singular discovery arose the practice of vaccination with the kine pox, which is as effectual a preventive of small pox as the disease itself. Like measles, or other infecti
W. H. Cummings (search for this): article 4
The subject of vaccination. --A public meeting was held at Atlanta, Ga., recently, at which Dr. W. H. Cummings, an experienced physician, delivered an address on vaccination. As the subject is an important one just now, we extract some of his remarks, in addition to other publications recently made in this paper on the same subject: He called attention to the fact that while vaccination is almost universal in Europe, and children must be vaccinated before they can enter school, not one in four of our population have adopted this precaution against infection. This negligence, he remarked, results from our scattered and sparse population, which has rendered us comparatively secure against the spread of any infections disease. He gave a learned and interesting review of the early practice of inoculation, first practiced in China 2400 years ago and introduced into Europe by Lady Mary Motley Montague about 1720, and the subsequent discovery of kine pox by Lt. Edward Jenner, an
Mary Motley Montague (search for this): article 4
t universal in Europe, and children must be vaccinated before they can enter school, not one in four of our population have adopted this precaution against infection. This negligence, he remarked, results from our scattered and sparse population, which has rendered us comparatively secure against the spread of any infections disease. He gave a learned and interesting review of the early practice of inoculation, first practiced in China 2400 years ago and introduced into Europe by Lady Mary Motley Montague about 1720, and the subsequent discovery of kine pox by Lt. Edward Jenner, and the introduction therefrom of vaccination instead of the more dangerous practices of inoculation. Dr. Jenner had observed that furing the prevalence of small-pox, milk maids never contracted the disease, and after careful investigation of the cause of their immunity, he found that they were inoculated from the udders of the cow with a disease precisely like vaccination. He also was convinced that the c
, and children must be vaccinated before they can enter school, not one in four of our population have adopted this precaution against infection. This negligence, he remarked, results from our scattered and sparse population, which has rendered us comparatively secure against the spread of any infections disease. He gave a learned and interesting review of the early practice of inoculation, first practiced in China 2400 years ago and introduced into Europe by Lady Mary Motley Montague about 1720, and the subsequent discovery of kine pox by Lt. Edward Jenner, and the introduction therefrom of vaccination instead of the more dangerous practices of inoculation. Dr. Jenner had observed that furing the prevalence of small-pox, milk maids never contracted the disease, and after careful investigation of the cause of their immunity, he found that they were inoculated from the udders of the cow with a disease precisely like vaccination. He also was convinced that the cows took the disease f