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Doctor injecting child vaccine
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Immunisation or Vaccination
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Emile Roux treating a sick child by administering an abdominal injection. The procedure could apply to Diptheria to Croup
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Portrait of Princess Alice Maud Mary (1843-1878), Grand Duchess of Hesse, third child and second daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert
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Rescue workers are vaccinated by the Red Cross in Lauenburg, Germany, 07 June 2013. The vaccinations are to prevent the risk of catching hepatits
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A Red Cross employee holds a vaccination in Lauenburg, Germany, 07 June 2013. The vaccinations are to prevent the risk of catching hepatits
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Pierre Paul Emile Roux, French physician, bacteriologist and immunologist, 1928. Roux (1853-1933) was one of the closest collaborators of Louis Pasteur and a...
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Diphtheria strikes unprotected children Protect your child with toxoid - Toxoid prevents diptheria : Chicago Department of Health
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Diptheria bacillus corynebacterium diphteriae or Klebs-Loeffler bacillus. Diptheria is an infectious disease. Bacillus on the larynx can cause asphyxia croup
Diptheria bacillus corynebacterium diphteriae or Klebs-Loeffler bacillus. Diptheria is an infectious disease. Bacillus on the larynx can cause asphyxia croup
Princess Alice, Grand Duchess of Hess with her husband, Grand Duke Louis (Ludwig IV) of Hesse (1843-1878). Alice was Queen Victoria's third child and second...
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Princess Alice, Grand Duchess of Hesse (1843-1878) with her children in 1877: (l to r) Ella, Alix, Victoria, Ernst Ludwig and Irene, with the youngest
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(Pierre Paul) Emile Roux (1853-1933) at the Instut Pasteur, Paris, removing serum from a horse during his experiments to find a vaccine for Diptheria
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Portrait of Princess Alice Maud Mary (1843-1878), Grand Duchess of Hesse, third child and second daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert
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London Borough Stages Mobile Anti-Diptheria Drive -- The doctor giving immunization in the van, whilst the nurse holds the baby
Father Thames Introducing his Offspring to the Fair City of London', the offspring being Diptheria, Scrofula and Cholera
'Father Thames introducing his offspring to the fair city of London.', 1858. '(A design for a Fresco in the New Houses of Parliament
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1915 pages 2 & 3 Daily Sketch Lord Kitchener calls for more recruits, New British Government announced and British progress in the Dardanelles
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(Pierre-Paul) Emile Roux (1853-1933) French bacteriologist, assistant to Louis Pasteur. In 1894, with Yersin, discovered the non-toxic treatment for Diptheria
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22 March 2018, Mali, Mopti: A health centre worker in Mali prepares to inject a vaccination that protects against five diseases: diptheria, tetanus, meningitis

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