Author: Jonathan Roy
Publisher: Emory Global Health Institute; 1 edition (May 1, 2010)
Category: Diseases & Physical Ailments
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Smallpox Zero: An Illustr. has been added to your Cart. In graphic novel-style, gives the history of the origin, spread, and fights over time to find the cause and cure.
Smallpox Zero: An Illustr. Celebrates the 10th anniversary of the final end to the scourge.
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For posterity, Smallpox and its Eradication will serve, above all, as an inspiring reminder of the knowledge and efforts that transformed smallpox from a universally dreaded disease to one the world could safely forget. Fenner, Frank, Henderson, Donald A, Arita, Isao, Jezek, Zdenek, Ladnyi, Ivan Danilovich. Smallpox and its eradication, F. Fenner. . World Health Organization. Другие публикации по теме. History of international public health ; no. 6. Описание. Bibliography: . 371- p.
Smallpox Zero: An Illustrated History of Smallpox and Its. Eradication. smallpox and its heroes for future gen-erations. Jonathan Roy, illustrator and narrator, effectively offers something for everyone, regardless of their loca-tion, education level, and native lan-guage. Jonathan Roy. African Comic Production House, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2010. ISBN: 978-0-620-43765-3.
Book Book Chapter Conference Paper Journal article Journal issue Kit Map Newsletter Pamphlet (or booklet) Poster . This issue of Dateline: CDC is devoted to the story of the eradication of smallpox and CDC’s involvement.
Book Book Chapter Conference Paper Journal article Journal issue Kit Map Newsletter Pamphlet (or booklet) Poster Presentation Press Release Questionnaire Report Still image Transcript. Inside stories include: :, Historical vignettes :, Pictures of field work :, The last case of . File Type:. CDC and the smallpox crusade. Personal Author: Ogden, Horace G.
The history of smallpox extends into pre-history, the disease likely emerged in human populations about 10,000 BC. The earliest credible evidence of smallpox is found in the Egyptian mummies of people who died some 3000 years ago. Smallpox has had .
Smallpox was one of the most terrifying diseases in history. But the best evidence that the vaccine for smallpox led to the eradication of the disease is found in the numbers. Today, however, we do not live in fear of it because smallpox no longer exists in the wild. In 1979, after an intensive and very effective worldwide vaccination campaign, smallpox was declared eradicated. Between 1900 and 1949, prior to routine use of the smallpox vaccine in the . there were approximately 29,000 cases of smallpox annually in the . After the mass vaccination program, there were zero cases of wild smallpox in the United States (and the entire planet, too).
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Variolation notwithstanding, smallpox continued wreaking havoc on princes and paupers alike. That year, there were 10 million to 15 million cases of smallpox and 2 million deaths, according to WHO estimates. In the 17th and 18th centuries, it killed several reigning European monarchs, including Habsburg Emperor Joseph I, Queen Mary II of England, Czar Peter II of Russia and King Louis XV of France, as well as an Ethiopian king, a Chinese emperor and two Japanese emperors. Yet just a decade later, the number was down to zero. No one has naturally contracted the virus since a Somali hospital worker in 1977 (though a laboratory accident in England did kill someone in 1978).