Studies of the Distribution of Immunity to Yellow Fever in Brazil
This article show the difficulties of diagnosing yellow fever reliably, and how Soper and his team employed a recently developed
lab method to get a better epidemiological picture, thus revising earlier theories.
Number of Image Pages:
37 (3,088,938 Bytes)
1932-09 (September 1932)
Soper, Fred L.
Frobisher, M. Jr
Kerr, J. A.
Davis, N. C.
Periodical: Soper, Fred L., M. Frobisher Jr, J. A. Kerr, and N. C. Davis. "Studies of the Distribution of Immunity to Yellow Fever
in Brazil." Journal of Preventive Medicine 6, 5 (September 1932): 341-377. Article. 37 Images.
John McCormick Institute for Infectious Diseases
Courtesy of Fred L. Soper.
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Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Fighting Yellow Fever and Malaria in Brazil, 1928-1942