A Yellow Fever Vaccine.
Description: 2 pages (pp. 976-977) IN: The British Medical Journal, vol. 1, June 9, 1928. Tall 4to, modern wrappers. London, 1928. First Edition. Whole week offered entire.
Comments: First vaccine for immunization against yellow fever. Hindle devised a method for the transportation of frozen infected material from West Africa to London, making it possible to carry on experimental work in the latter place. GM 5461.Binding: pamphlet
Book ID: 8554