In article <m0s19hx-0004RmC at uctmail.uct.ac.za>, ED at molbiol.uct.ac.za ("Ed
> > > a) 1942: Hepatitus vaccination in the military resulted in
> > > the worst hep epidemic in US - over 50,000 cases.
> > True. This led to improved regulation of vaccines by the FDA.
> Not true: there was no heptitis vaccine then; what I have been
> teaching my students since 1981 is that, apart from highlighting the
> role of the US Army in spreading disease ( B-)), this shows the
> necessity for checking that vaccines are not stabilised with
> contaminated serum. And it was a yellow fever vaccine that was so
> stabilised in this case.
> | Ed Rybicki, PhD | ed at molbiol.uct.ac.za |
Ed is of course correct...I mesread the original point. Thanks for the
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