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the xix century smallpox prevention in naples and the risk of transmission of human blood-related pathogens.vaccines are the most successful strategy developed in medicine to prevent and even eradicate the most dreadful epidemic infectious diseases. the history of smallpox vaccination in naples is quite unique. although galbiati established the retro-vaccination (1803) and developed the "calf" lymph vaccine, recognized and implemented since 1864 as the optimal smallpox vaccine in the following hundred years, naples general population was mainly vaccinated with "human" lymph from abandoned children unt ...201525622683
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