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This little book is one of a large series of publications dealing with matters of public health in Germany. The author, who is well known for his investigations of problems in vaccinia and smallpox, presents an authoritative account of smallpox vaccination in its diverse aspects, historical, experimental, epidemiologic, clinical. The chapters on the preparation and control of vaccine and the technic and periods of vaccination describe the German methods and practices. The book will interest all who are concerned with the science and practice of vaccination.
Lehrgang für Impfärzte. JAMA. 1938;110(8):601. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790080059032
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