The Fred L. Soper Papers
- [Yellow fever vaccination in Belem, Brazil]
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- A family about to travel into the Amazon forest is inoculated against yellow fever.
- Although Brazil and most of its neighboring republics have eradicated the mosquito vector of the urban form of this dreaded
disease, inoculation with 17D virus vaccine is the only protection against the jungle form which persists among primates and
tree-living mosquitoes in the tropical rain forests of Latin America.
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- Courtesy of Fred L. Soper.
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- Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
- Yellow Fever Vaccine
- Exhibit Categories:
- Fighting Yellow Fever and Malaria in Brazil, 1928-1942
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- Photographic prints
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- Series: Photographs, 1911-1973
- Folder: Yellow Fever Eradication in the Americas
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