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Another epidemic: Yellow fever in Africa and Asia

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The 17D vaccine was developed by Max Theiler and his colleagues in 1930, and the process they invented to prevent people of getting the disease -there is no cure for yellow fever- involves embryonated chicken eggs and technology that has little changed ...



1951 Nobel Prize Medicine Winner Max Theiler News

Three Red States Inspire Our Country On Justice Reform

Daily Caller
Programs like Max Out Re-Entry (M.O.R.E.) and Goodwill-sponsored Stations of Hope offer transitional services — including counseling, drug rehabilitation and career placement — to inmates as they return to their communities. These reforms have ...

1951 Nobel Prize Medicine Winner Max Theiler News

WHO weighs emergency measures for yellow fever vaccine

WESH Orlando
The vaccine was developed in the 1930s by Max Theiler, who earned a Nobel Prize for his work. It's been in use since 1937, and more than 650 million doses have been distributed in the past 75 years. The virus is endemic in tropical areas of 47 ...

1951 Nobel Prize Medicine Winner Max Theiler News

Divided cities: South Africa's apartheid legacy photographed by drone

The Guardian
Although Professor Barnard was shamefully denied the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, that prize was awarded to Max Theiler, the Pretoria-born virologist and doctor, in 1951; Allan M. Cormack, the Johannesburg-born physicist, in 1979; and Sydney ...

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