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Eradicating smallpox: the global vaccination push that brought the world 'arm-to-arm'

By Michael Bennett, Professor in School of History and Classics, University of Tasmania
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The major problem in Britain and elsewhere was complacency. The early success in suppressing smallpox, and indeed eliminating it in some places, led parents to neglect vaccination.


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