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The First Polio Vaccine. Guy de La Bdoyre (Milestones in Modern Science) e-book

Author:

Guy De La B'Doy're

Language:

English

Category:

Medicine

Subcategory:

Medicine

ePub size:

1376 kb

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Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

M. Evans and Company (April 1, 2005)

Pages:

48

ISBN:

0237527383

The First Polio Vaccine. Guy de La Bdoyre (Milestones in Modern Science) e-book

by Guy De La B'Doy're


This dynamic series chronicles the development and ongoing impact of six major scientific achievements, and introduces the key players in each field

This dynamic series chronicles the development and ongoing impact of six major scientific achievements, and introduces the key players in each field. Readers will meet the scientists who unlocked the secrets of subatomic particles, explained the relationship between time and space, and cracked the code of life itself.

The First Polio Vaccine book. The First Polio Vaccine explains what vaccinations are and how they work, and it discusses how Jonas Salk created his vaccine with the help of controversial government funding

The First Polio Vaccine book. The First Polio Vaccine explains what vaccinations are and how they work, and it discusses how Jonas Salk created his vaccine with the help of controversial government funding. It looks at how his work was received by his peers and the public and it investigates how other scientists developed the polio vaccine. It goes on to take a look at what his discovery, which virtually eradicated the disease from the western world, has meant for medical science up to the present da. .

The First Polio Vaccine. Milestones in Modern Science. By (author) Guy De La Bedoyere, By (author) Camilla de La Bedoyere. Free delivery worldwide. This dynamic series chronicles the development and ongoing impact of six major scientific achievements and introduces the key players in each field.

Guy Martyn Thorold Huchet de la Bédoyère FSA (born November 1957) is a British historian, who has published widely on Roman Britain and other subjects.

Guy Martyn Thorold Huchet de la Bédoyère FSA (born November 1957) is a British historian, who has published widely on Roman Britain and other subjects; and has appeared regularly on the Channel 4 archaeological television series Time Team, starting in 1998

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LibraryThing members' description. Library descriptions. Presents an overview of the development of the polio vaccine, including information on the debilitating affects of the virus through the 1950s when a cure was found by immunologist Jonas Salk

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The story of vaccines did not begin with the first vaccine–Edward Jenner’s use of material from cowpox pustules to.

The story of vaccines did not begin with the first vaccine–Edward Jenner’s use of material from cowpox pustules to provide protection against smallpox. More than the science behind vaccines, these timelines cover cultural aspects of vaccination as well, from the early harassment of smallpox variolators (see the intimidation of a prominent minister described in the 1721 Boston Smallpox Epidemic entry) to the establishment of vaccination mandates, to the effect of war and social unrest on vaccine-preventable diseases.


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