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" ... (6) that re-vaccination restores the protection which lapse of time has diminished, but the evidence shows that this protection again diminishes, and that, to ensure the highest degree of protection which vaccination can give, the operation should... "
Bacteriology and the Public Health - Page 401
by Sir George Newman - 1904 - 497 pages
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A Textbook of bacteriology

Edgar March Crookshank - 1896 - 908 pages
...influence against attacks, and its efficacy during the later periods of life to modify the disease is still very considerable. 6. That re-vaccination restores...whose case it has been most thorough. We think it may fairly be concluded that where the vaccine matter is inserted in three or four places, it is more effectual...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 160

Scotland - 1896 - 1078 pages
...influence against attacks ; and its efficacy during the later periods of life to modify the disease is still very considerable. " 6. That revaccination restores...experienced by those in whose case it has been most thorough ; that it may fairly be concluded that where the vaccine matter is inserted in three or four places,...
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A text-book of bacteriology

Edgar March Crookshank - Bacteriology - 1896 - 892 pages
...its efficacy during the later periods of life to modify the disease is still very considerable. C. That re-vaccination restores the protection which...whose case it has been most thorough. We think it may fairly be concluded that where the vaccine matter is inserted in three or four places, it is more effectual...
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Transactions of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland: Vol. I-XXXVI and ...

Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland - 1897 - 602 pages
...influence against attacks, and its efficacy during the later periods of life to modify the disease is still considerable. (6.) That re-vaccination restores the...three or four places it is more effectual than when inserted in one or two places only, ami that if vaccination marks are of an area of half a square inch,...
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Transactions of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, Volume 15

Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland - Medicine - 1897 - 598 pages
...and its efficacy during the later periods of life to modify the disease is still considerable. ((5.) That re-vaccination restores the protection which...three or four places it is more effectual than when inserted in one or two places only, and that if vaccination marks are of an area of half a square inch,...
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Journal of the Sanitary Institute, Volume 17

Sanitary Institute (Great Britain) - Public health - 1897 - 742 pages
...influence against attacks, and its efficacy during the later periods of life to modify the disease is still very considerable. 6. That re-vaccination restores...whose case it has been most thorough. We think it may fairly be concluded that where the vaccine matter is inserted in three or four places, it is more effectual...
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Annual Report of the State Board of Health of the State of ..., Volume 19

Connecticut. State Board of Health - 1897 - 668 pages
...influence against attacks, and its efficacy during the later periods of life to modify the disease is still very considerable ; (6) that re-vaccination...whose case it has been most thorough. We think it may fairly be concluded that where the vaccine matter is inserted in three or four places it is more effectual...
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Report, Volume 19

Connecticut. State Department of Health - Connecticut - 1897 - 674 pages
...influence against attacks, and its efficacy during the later periods 39 of life to modify the disease is still very considerable ; (6) that re-vaccination...whose case it has been most thorough. We think it may fairly be concluded that where the vaccine matter is inserted in three or four places it is more effectual...
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Biennial Report, Volume 9

Iowa. State Department of Health - Public health - 1897 - 404 pages
...time has diminished, but the evidence shows that this protection again diminishes, and that to insure the highest degree of protection which vaccination...most experienced by those in whose case it has been thorough. It may be fairly concluded that where the vaccine matter is inserted in three or four places...
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Medical Record, Volume 52

George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman - Medicine - 1897 - 958 pages
...to prevent attack. 6. That revaccination restores the protection which lapse of time has diminished. 7. That the beneficial effects of vaccination are...by those in whose case it has been most thorough. In Gloucester at the time of the outbreak vaccination had been practically abandoned, and figures show...
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