Influenza : a century of science and public health response /
"In 1976, the outbreak of a new strain of swine flu at the Fort Dix, New Jersey, army base prompted an unprecedented inoculation campaign. Some forty-two million Americans were vaccinated as the National Influenza Immunization Program hastened to prevent a pandemic, while the World Health Organ...
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- The Forecast Calls for Pandemics
- "Chance Favors the Prepared Mind"
- An Act of Will
- A Different Interpretation Emerges
- WHO Decides
- A Program Begins and Ends and an Epidemic Appears
- The Continuing Lessons of Influenza's History.