*  Rockefeller Foundation - Wikipedia
Developed the vaccine to prevent yellow fever; Helped The New School provide a haven for scholars threatened by the Nazis Some ... Its early field research on hookworm, malaria, and yellow fever provided the basic techniques to control these diseases and ... 103-12 Schmuhl, Hans Walter (2008). Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Heredity and Eugenics, 1927-1945. [ ... Established the School of Hygiene at the University of Toronto in 1927; ...
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Smallpox, falciparum malaria, yellow fever, bubonic plague, cholera, measles, whooping cough, etc : by some estimates, the ... They had a working serum therapy for lobar pneumonia ( antibody-based). They had many new vaccines ( diphtheria in 1923, ... yellow fever in 1935, typhus in 1937.) Vitamins had been mostly worked out. Insulin was discovered in 1929. Blood transfusions ... The first is typhus, gaol fever, caused by a Rickettsial organism and usually spread by lice. Sometimes it recurs after many ...
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*  Yellow fever - Wikipedia
Some researchers worry that the 60-year-old technology for vaccine production may be too slow to stop a major new yellow-fever ... Yellow fever is caused by the yellow fever virus, a 40- to 50-nm-wide enveloped RNA virus, the type species and namesake of the ... Yellow fever virus is mainly transmitted through the bite of the yellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti, but other mostly Aedes ... "CDC Yellow Fever". Archived from the original on 2012-12-21. Retrieved 2012-12-12. Barrett AD, Higgs S (2007). "Yellow fever: a ...
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*  Yellow fever vaccine - Wikipedia
Yellow fever vaccine is a vaccine that protects against yellow fever. Yellow fever is a viral infection that occurs in Africa ... The vaccine is made from weakened yellow fever virus. Some countries require a yellow fever vaccination certificate before ... dose of yellow fever (YF) vaccine, ten years after a primary dose, is not necessary. Since yellow fever vaccination began in ... has warned about the worldwide threat of yellow fever because of shortages in vaccine supplies. Demand for yellow vaccine for ...
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*  Yellow fever disease: density equalizing mapping and gender analysis of international research output | Parasites & Vectors |...
10.1016/j.vaccine.2011.04.055.View ArticlePubMedGoogle Scholar. *. Jentes ES: The revised global yellow fever risk map and ... LeishmaniasisYellow FeverCitation RateYellow Fever VirusGender Analysis. Background. The yellow fever disease is an acute viral ... Thomas RE, Lorenzetti DL, Spragins W, Jackson D, Williamson T: Active and passive surveillance of yellow fever vaccine 17D or ... papers on yellow fever have been published but no broad scientometric analysis on the published research of yellow fever has ...
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*  Hideyo Noguchi - Wikipedia
It turned out he had confused yellow fever with leptospirosis. The vaccine he developed against "yellow fever" was successfully ... He may have believed himself immune to yellow fever, having been inoculated with a vaccine of his own development. Possibly his ... List of prizes, medals, and awards Max Theiler - completed Noguchi's work, yellow fever vaccine (1926) Human experimentation in ... and to research Oroya fever, poliomyelitis and trachoma. He believed that yellow fever was caused by spirochaete bacteria ...
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*  Yellow fever | Wiki | Everipedia
Yellow fever is a viral disease of typically short duration.[113] In most cases, symptoms include fever, chills, loss of ... Some researchers worry that the 60-year-old technology for vaccine production may be too slow to stop a major new yellow-fever ... Yellow fever virus is mainly transmitted through the bite of the yellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti, but other mostly Aedes ... Yellow fever is caused by the yellow fever virus, a 40- to 50-nm-wide enveloped RNA virus, the type species and namesake of the ...
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*  himachal
Who should not receive the yellow fever vaccine? Yellow fever vaccine should not be given to infants under 6 months of age due ... Here are some quick facts about the ONLY approved Yellow Fever vaccine available in India. Stamaril is a yellow fever vaccine ... Yellow fever vaccine is an attenuated, live virus vaccine that has been used since the 1930s.The isolation of the Asibi and ... Yellow Fever Vaccine - When not to give (Contraindications). August 2, 2010. by drgaurav 6 Comments ...
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*  List of Swiss Americans - Wikipedia
... awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for developing a vaccine against yellow fever Robert Julius Trumpler (1886- ... 1895-1927), architect John Kruesi (1843-1899), inventor and close associate of Thomas Edison Adolf Meyer (1866-1950), ... born 1927), mathematician Otto Frederick Hunziker (1873-1959), dairy educator and technologist Josias Joesler ( ...
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*  2007 Vaccine- Department of Defense (DoD) immunization program
Yellow-fever vaccine is a live attenuated product given to personnel with assignments to yellow fever-endemic areas. As a ... soon after yellow-fever immunization. Health authorities quickly realized that the diluent for yellow-fever vaccine contained ... Yellow fever. Yellow fever was a significant problem for U.S. troops throughout the southern United States in the 19th century ... vaccines can be given later during training. The Marine Corps, for example, administers yellow fever vaccine to trainees late ...
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*  Virus Discovery Timeline | ViroBlogy
More than 65 viruses had been described including Yellow fever virus. 1929 - 1931: Human herpes simplex virus then yellow fever ... CDC cervical cancer circovirus Congo Congo fever contamination CROI DNA vaccine DNA virus Ebola Evolution flu flu vaccine ... 1901: The first human virus described was the agent which causes yellow fever ... 1950 - 1963: development of killed (by 1954) and live (1963) polio virus vaccines, credited to Jonas Salk and Albert Sabin ...
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*  Jean Laigret - Wikipedia
Here he conducted tests on a vaccine against yellow fever, using a vaccine produced from the brains of mice that were infected ... In 1934, while based in Dakar, he administered the yellow fever vaccine to the populace on a large scale basis. The vaccine ... In 1927 he was appointed head of the laboratory at the Pasteur Institute in Saigon, and soon afterwards was transferred to ...
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*  The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene | Evaluation of Three Commercially Available Japanese Encephalitis Virus...
Construction, safety, and immunogenicity in nonhuman primates of a chimeric yellow fever-dengue virus tetravalent vaccine. J ... Construction of yellow fever/St. Louis encephalitis chimeric virus and the use of chimeras as a diagnostic tool. Am J Trop Med ... Yellow fever/Japanese encephalitis chimeric viruses: construction and biological properties. J Virol 73: 3095-3101.. ... Clin Vaccine Immunol 16: 1052-1059.[Crossref]. * Calisher CH, Karabatsos N, Dalrymple JM, Shope RE, Porterfield JS, Westaway EG ...
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*  Manson, Ross and Reed: pioneers in research on tropical diseases | ari.info | ari.info
Yellow fever at Panama and Havana. The experiments at camp Lazear. A happy new year. The prevention of yellow fever. The ... Fortunately by infecting mice, a vaccine has been produced which now protects doctors and nurses attending patients suffering ... Yellow Fever at Panama and Havana. When in 1885 the French attempted to build the Panama Canal, yellow fever, perhaps even more ... Lazear died of yellow fever contracted from a mosquito which he deliberately watched biting him in a yellow fever ward. Then Dr ...
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*  June 2 - Today in Science History - Scientists born on June 2nd, died, and events
A yellow fever epidemic, followed by the unexpected resignation of the first Chief Engineer, John F. Wallace, had made the ... Later, he developed a vaccine against typhoid fever used during WW I that was believed to have reduced the incidence of the ... Kala Azar or Black Fever probably existed for centuries in Bengal and China, but the first recognized outbreak was in Jessore, ... Died 2 Jun 2000 at age 72 (born 8 Aug 1927).. Russian ophthalmic surgeon who, developed the radial keratotomy (RK) procedure ( ...
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*  Our History
A vaccine to prevent yellow fever is developed in the Foundation's New York City laboratories. Over the next 16 years, the ... We count founding the modern field of public health, eradicating and developing vaccines for diseases such as yellow fever and ... The mosquito carrying yellow fever is eradicated from 13 major Latin American countries as an outgrowth of Foundation methods ... Virus Laboratory in New York City wins the Nobel Prize in medicine and physiology for developing the yellow fever vaccine.. ...
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*  William Alexander Young - Wikipedia
It is possible that, believing himself immune to yellow fever, having been inoculated with a vaccine of his own development, he ... He boarded his ship to sail home but on 12 May he was put ashore at Accra and admitted to hospital with yellow fever. After ... Barrie, H. J. (1997). "Diary notes on a trip to West Africa in relation to a yellow fever expedition under the auspices of the ... It has been suggested that Young may have contracted yellow fever during the course of the autopsy on Noguchi. This belief may ...
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*  Medicine and Health | Major Achievements of American Philanthropy | The Philanthropy Roundtable
1937 Yellow Fever Vaccine. Yellow fever, one of the most feared diseases in America, ravaged port towns and nearby communities ... J. Gordon Frierson, "The Yellow Fever Vaccine: A History," Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, June 2010, ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ ... The Rockefeller vaccine continues to be the most effective and affordable prevention strategy for yellow fever. ... While no medical consensus existed on the origins of yellow fever, many believed the disease originated in the tropics and was ...
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*  List of Latin Americans - Wikipedia
... prominent researcher on yellow fever Julio Garavito Armero (1865-1920), Colombian astronomer Guillermo González Camarena (1917- ... discoverer of vaccines against leprosy and leishmaniasis Oswaldo Cruz (1872-1917), physician, bacteriologist, epidemiologist ... works on improving a vaccine for malaria Feniosky Peña-Mora, engineer and educator Felipe Poey (1799-1891), zoologist, ... born 1927), tenor Fabiana Bravo, soprano Eduardo Brito (1906-1946), baritone José Cura (born 1962), tenor Juan Diego Flórez ( ...
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*  yellow fever facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about yellow fever
Make research projects and school reports about yellow fever easy with credible articles from our FREE, online encyclopedia and ... and pictures about yellow fever at Encyclopedia.com. ... A live, attenuated vaccine against yellow fever is over 95 ... Viral hemorrhagic fevers What Is Yellow Fever?. Yellow fever is a disease caused by yellow fever virus, a member of the ... Yellow fever. Yellow fever is the name given to a disease that is caused by the yellow fever virus. The virus is a member of ...
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*  The G2Voice Broadcast #67: If we learn from the lessons of history we won't be damned to repeat them! (12-24-2017) - MMS News -...
1951 Theiler wins Nobel for work on yellow fever vaccine.. 1951 The U.S. Public Health Service, with the cooperation of the ... 1933 American researchers report that children react to Pertussis vaccine with fever, convulsions, and collapse. ... 1981 Japan begins use of a new childhood Pertussis vaccine, recommended to be given as 4th and 5th dose. U. S. vaccine used for ... 1982 A reporter at WRC-TV in Washington, D.C. breaks a story on Pertussis vaccine reactions in the documentary "DPT: Vaccine ...
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*  Resources & Credits
Vaccines. 5th ed. Philadelphia: Saunders, 2008.. *Reed, Walter and James Carroll. "The Etiology of Yellow Fever (A Supplemental ... Mahaffy, A.F. "Progress in the Conquest of Yellow Fever during the Period 1905-1930." Yellow Fever, a Symposium in ... "Yellow Fever, Transmission of the Yellow Fever Virus," December 13, 2011. http://www.cdc.gov/yellowfever/transmission/index. ... Monath, Thomas P. "Yellow Fever." In Vaccines: A Biography. Edited by Andrew W. Artenstein, 159-190. New York: Springer, 2010. ...
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*  Chronological History of | Holistically Raised Puppies
with fever, convulsions and collapse.. 1933 Vaccination programs against Yellow Fever begin in the United States.. 1933 ... vaccine. Later the Tetanus vaccine was added, producing the nefarious DPT. Vaccine.. 1943 General vaccine program against ... vaccine for children, containing Pertussis, Diptheria, Tetanus and Polio. vaccines. The new combination vaccine was found to be ... History of Vaccines up to 1993. This is an extensive chronological chart of the history of vaccines as compiled by Val Valerian ...
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*  Renowned Science Facility Suffers In Post-Soviet Era - Redorbit
"Polio, yellow fever, typhus, encephalitis, smallpox, hepatitis and many other human diseases were eradicated thanks to tests on ... "And in the 1950-60s, a powerful vaccine against polio was produced and tested here together with scientists from the United ... The arrival of two olive baboons and chimpanzees in 1927, the only survivors from a batch of primates sent from a Pacific ... "Back in 1927, this was the only center of its kind in the world," Rudi said. ...
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*  Science and technology in Venezuela - Wikipedia
By 1853, he was convinced that malaria and yellow fever were spread by mosquitos. He even identified the particular group of ... The combined vaccine was tested worldwide, but was not more effective than regular BCG. A vaccine for leishmaniasis was later ... He was the first to systematically argue that malaria and yellow fever were transmitted by mosquitos. He studied medicine at ... leading the effort to eradicate the yellow fever of Venezuela. In that position, along with Martín Mayer founded the research ...
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