Smallpox

SMALLPOX, BIOTERRORISM AND THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION

1 June 29 2006 SMALLPOX, BIOTERRORISM AND THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION Introduction: This paper sets out the historical background of the debate about the possible use of smallpox as an instrument of bioterrorism since its eradication.

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Smallpox and its Eradication

Chapter 11. Smallpox vaccine and vaccination in the Intensified Smallpox Eradication Programme 539 Chapter 12. South America 593 Chapter 13.

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THE HISTORY OF SMALLPOX AND ITS SPREAD AROUND THE WORLD

CHAPTER 5 THE HISTORY OF SMALLPOX AND ITS SPREAD AROUND THE WORLD Contents Page Introduction 209 Smallpox before AD 1000 210 E~Y pt 21 0 India 21 1 South-western Asia 214 Europe 214 China and Japan 21 5 Summary: the spread of smallpox from antiquity until AD 1000 21 6 Smallpox in southern Asia ...

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Smallpox: What Physicians Need to Know

Smallpox and vaccination against smallpox is all over the news. The federal government, fearing terrorists may have access to variola , asked the states to submit plans for vaccinating public health workers and selected hospital staff prior to the occurrence of a smallpox case.

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State of Louisiana Office of Public Health- Infectious Disease Epidemiology Section Bioterrorism Manual

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Fast Facts On SMALLPOX

WHAT IS SMALLPOX? Smallpox is a serious disease caused by the variola virus. The illness gets its name from the small blisters that form on the surface of the skin during infection.

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Smallpox Fact Sheet

Kent County Health Department Smallpox Fact Sheet General Public Fact Sheet What is smallpox? Smallpox is a serious and sometimes deadly disease caused by the variola virus.

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Smallpox

S l i d e 1 Smallpox Variola The word variola (smallpox) comes from the Latin word varius , meaning "stained," or from varus , meaning "mark on the skin".

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Why Smallpox is a Concern

Why Smallpox is a Concern How You Can Protect Yourself and Your Family During an Outbreak Stay informed. Listen to the news to learn how the outbreak is affecting your community.

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Smallpox I. Introduction

Smallpox I. Introduction In 1518, the Aztec Empire included about 30 million people. By 1568, the estimates are that only 3 million people remained in the area covered by the Aztec Empire.

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