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  • Diphtheria

    1880s by U.S. physician Joseph O'Dwyer (1841-1898). O'Dwyer developed tubes that could be inserted into the throat to prevent victims from suffocating from the membrane sheath that grew and obstructed the airways.

    The first genuine success in immunizing against tuberculosis was developed from attenuated bovine-strain tuberculosis by Albert Calmette and Camille Guerin in 1906. It was called 'BCG' (Bacillus of Calmette and Guerin). The BCG vaccine was first used on humans in 1921 in France, but it wasn't until after World War II that BCG received widespread acceptance in the USA, Great Britain, and Germany.
  • SmallPox Cure

    SmallPox Cure
    Jenner's experiment was a success. His patient failed to contract smallpox, even when deliberately exposed to variola. By 1800, cowpox vaccinations (the word vaccine is from the Latin vacca, for cow) were commonplace, primarily because they caused fewer side effects and deaths than variolation with smallpox itself. Smallpox vaccine that was used in the United States until 1972, when smallpox vaccinations were stopped, contained live vaccinia virus — a virus similar to cowpox and closely relate
  • Typhoid Cure

    Typhoid Cure
    Typhim Vi was created in the 1980s by John Robbins at the NIH; however, it wasn't licensed as a usable injection vaccine until 1994. The current manufacturer is Aventis Pasteur, SA.Countries like England and Germany have been using the whole-cell S. typhi vaccine as far back as 1896; however, because of its likeliness to produce adverse reactions, other vaccinations are more popular.