Takosis a Contagious Disease of Goats

The fair at Aubagne , on September 21 , marked the most important phase in the
progress of contagious pneumonia . During the first fortnight in October there was
a veritable explosion of the disease , which , up to this time , had been scarcely ...

Author: John Robbins Mohler

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Category: Goats

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An enquiry into the character of the Contagious diseases acts of 1866 69

THE proposal to extend gradually to the civil population the principle embodied
in the Contagious Diseases Act of 1866 has been , during the last few weeks , *
so prominently brought before the general public that it can no longer be
regarded ...

Author: Elizabeth Garrett

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Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia and Mycoplasma Mycoides Var Mycoides 1852 1968

Priestley , F . W . 1951 . A slide flocculation test for the diagnosis of contagious
bovine pleuropneumoni Vet . Rec . 63 : 427 - 429 . 519 . Priestley , F . V . 1952 .
Freeze - drying of the organism of contagious bovine pleuropneumonia . J .
Comp .

Author: M. Shifrine

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Category: Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia

Page: 188

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Contagious Diseases of Domesticated Animals

Except among fowls no contagious diseases have prevailed among farm stock
during the past year . A good many hogs have been lost , but whether the
disease of which they died was contagious or not . I am unable to say . The same
might ...

Author: United States. Department of Agriculture

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Category: Animals

Page: 268

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Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia

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Pleuropneumonia Definition preceded by a contagious each plastic 1 example ,
to ition them in Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia ( CBPP ) is a highly
contagious acute ...

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A Contagious Cause

The open floor plan of this ward of the New York Cancer Hospital incorporated
large, light-filled spaces that were intended to slow the spread of contagious
diseases. Image courtesy of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Archives.
were ...

Author: Robin Wolfe Scheffler

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ISBN: 022662837X

Category: History

Page: 368

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Is cancer a contagious disease? In the late nineteenth century this idea, and attending efforts to identify a cancer "germ," inspired fear and ignited controversy. Yet speculation that cancer might be contagious also contained a kernel of hope that the strategies used against infectious diseases, especially vaccination, might be able to subdue this dread disease. Today, nearly one in six cancers are thought to have an infectious cause, but the path to that understanding was twisting and turbulent. ​ A Contagious Cause is the first book to trace the century-long hunt for a human cancer virus in America, an effort whose scale exceeded that of the Human Genome Project. The government's campaign merged the worlds of molecular biology, public health, and military planning in the name of translating laboratory discoveries into useful medical therapies. However, its expansion into biomedical research sparked fierce conflict. Many biologists dismissed the suggestion that research should be planned and the idea of curing cancer by a vaccine or any other means as unrealistic, if not dangerous. Although the American hunt was ultimately fruitless, this effort nonetheless profoundly shaped our understanding of life at its most fundamental levels. A Contagious Cause links laboratory and legislature as has rarely been done before, creating a new chapter in the histories of science and American politics.

The Contagious Diseases Acts and the Royal Commission By a Necessarian

Yet , extraordinary to relate , neither the authors of the Contagious Diseases Acts
, nor yet the Royal Commissioners , seem to perceive that prostitutes are the
corollary to their main axiom , or , if they do see this , they then are blind to the
fact ...

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An Essay to Prove the Contagious Character of Malignant Cholera

First : One of the most striking views which cholera presents in favor of its
contagiousness , is its power of progression : for while it is obviously true that all
contagious diseases are progressive , it is by no means established that there is
any ...

Author: Bernard M. Byrne

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The Contagious Diseases Acts Speech Delivered in the House of Commons July 20 1870 Etc

741 7641 bbb 20 4 / THE CONTAGIOUS DISEASES ACTS : SPEECH OF JACOB
BRIGHT , ESQ . , M.P. , DELIVERED IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS ( WITH
CLOSED DOORS ) JULY 20 , 1870 , On the motion by W. Fowler , Esq . , M.P. ,
for ...

Author: Jacob BRIGHT (Right Hon.)

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Reports Upon Epidemic Fever of a Contagious Type in Some of the Jails of the N W Provinces

With the exception of those cases in which typhoid symptoms came on , there
was nothing in the appearance of the disease to lead to the belief that the fever
was of a contagious nature . I omitted to mention above , that I frequently looked
for ...

Author: North-Western Provinces (India). Inspector General of Prisons

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Category: Prisoners

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Contagious

DIVShows how narratives of contagion structure communities of belonging and how the lessons of these narratives are incorporated into sociological theories of cultural transmission and community formation./div "Priscilla Wald stunningly ...

Author: Priscilla Wald

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 9780822341536

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 373

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DIVShows how narratives of contagion structure communities of belonging and how the lessons of these narratives are incorporated into sociological theories of cultural transmission and community formation./div

Contagious

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Author: Jonah Berger

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1451686587

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 256

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Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Creative Homeowner,

The Contagious City

The Contagious City details how early Americans struggled to preserve their collective health against both the strange new perils of the colonial environment and the familiar dangers of the traditional city, through a period of profound ...

Author: Simon Finger

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 0801464005

Category: History

Page: 248

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By the time William Penn was planning the colony that would come to be called Pennsylvania, with Philadelphia at its heart, Europeans on both sides of the ocean had long experience with the hazards of city life, disease the most terrifying among them. Drawing from those experiences, colonists hoped to create new urban forms that combined the commercial advantages of a seaport with the health benefits of the country. The Contagious City details how early Americans struggled to preserve their collective health against both the strange new perils of the colonial environment and the familiar dangers of the traditional city, through a period of profound transformation in both politics and medicine. Philadelphia was the paramount example of this reforming tendency. Tracing the city's history from its founding on the banks of the Delaware River in 1682 to the yellow fever outbreak of 1793, Simon Finger emphasizes the importance of public health and population control in decisions made by the city's planners and leaders. He also shows that key figures in the city's history, including Benjamin Franklin and Benjamin Rush, brought their keen interest in science and medicine into the political sphere. Throughout his account, Finger makes clear that medicine and politics were inextricably linked, and that both undergirded the debates over such crucial concerns as the city's location, its urban plan, its immigration policy, and its creation of institutions of public safety. In framing the history of Philadelphia through the imperatives of public health, The Contagious City offers a bold new vision of the urban history of colonial America.

Contagious Kinship Connections

Author: Lone Grøn

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Contagious Compassion

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CONTAGIOUS SSION CONTAGIOUS OMPASSION Celebrating 100 Years of
American Leprosy.

Author: Edgar Stoesz

Publisher: Providence House Pub

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Category: Medical

Page: 238

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This is not a book about leprosy'it's a book about people. Contagious Compassion is a beautifully written account of the people and events tifully written account of the people and events tevents that changed attitudes and leprosy treatments around the world. More than an archival record, this fascinating 256-page book showcases the people who have been touched by leprosy (also known as Hansen's disease) and marks milestones in treatment, attitudes, and care for persons with leprosy around the world. Contributors include: ? Winifred Kellersberger Vass ? Dr. Ted R. Brown ? Edgar Stoesz ? Philip Yancey, bestselling author of What's So Amazing About Grace and Fearfully and Wonderfully Made Packed more than 70 photos and full of interesting facts, Contagious Compassion recounts how treatment, research, organizations, ALM leaders, and the successful search for a cure evolved in the past one hundred years. It also spotlights that ALM's work is not

Report on Contagious Diseases of Animals

LAW RELATING TO CONTAGIOUS CATTLE DISEASES AS AMENDED IN 1899 .
CHAPTER 19 . An Act to Extirpate Contagious Diseases . . mong Cattle . Be it
enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Legislature assembled ...

Author: Maine. Cattle Commissioners

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Immunization of Sheep and Goats Against Soremouth contagious Ecthyma

504 JANUARY , 1935 IMMUNIZATION OF SHEEP AND GOATS AGAINST
SOREMOUTH ( Contagious Ecthyma ) I. B. BOUGHTON AND W. T. HARDY
Contagious ecthyma is an infectious disease of sheep and goats caused by a
filterable ...

Author: Ivan Bertrand Boughton

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Category: Contagious ecthyma

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Are Financial Crises Becoming Increasingly More Contagious

These recent crises have led to the view that financial crises can spread across
international borders like a contagious disease , unless curtailed by heavy
lending by the international financial institutions . Indeed the scope and severity
of the ...

Author: Michael D. Bordo

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Category: Contagion (Social psychology)

Page: 70

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We examine the evidence of contagion during the pre World War I era and the interwar and contrast our findings with the evidence of contagion from the recent crises in Asia and Latin America. Using weekly data on bond prices and interest rates, we investigate the extent to which bilateral cross-market correlations rise following the onset of a crisis. After correcting for heteroscedasticity, ala Forbes and Rigobon (1998, 1999), we find little evidence of significant increases in cross-market correlations in either the earlier regimes or in the more recent period. We use principle components analysis to assess the extent of comovement across all markets as well as within various groups of markets, prior to, and after the onset of a crisis. Countries are grouped into regions, as well as along the lines of advanced and emerging. There is little evidence to suggest that cross-country linkages are tighter in the aftermath of a financial crisis for the recent period. There is, however, some evidence of stronger comovement during periods of instability in earlier regimes.

Courage Is Contagious

Author: John Kasich

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 272

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Presents twenty profiles in courage of exemplary Americans who have improved the lives of their fellow citizens without the help of the government

Code of Health Ordinances

64 Contagious disease , cases of , to be Dirt not to lay piled or raked up reported
by hotel and boarding in street ... 67 , 72 tions , 22 “ Disease , contagious , ”
meaning of , 19 Contagious disease , cases of , to be Disease , infectious or ...

Author: New York (N.Y.)

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Category: Public health laws

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