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Caring for Others. Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Molecular Biology and Genetics. Reproduction, Growth and Development. Virtually every reference to the statement is a secondary citation, and many of these secondary citations are circular i. The only primary reference to this statement, listed in a book about emerging infections [ 5 ], regards a speech given by Dr.
However, the speech contains nothing even remotely resembling the alleged quote. Quite to the contrary, Dr. While we are engaged in taking on new duties It is difficult to believe that a Surgeon General who was concerned about the traditional public health responsibility to defend against communicable diseases would declare that the era of infectious diseases had come to a close.
It appears that Dr. Nevertheless, Dr.
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Anthony Fauci has assured us that the belief that infectious diseases had been conquered was widespread in the s and s [ 7 ]. Furthermore, in , one of the world's leaders in infectious diseases, Dr. As late as , Dr.
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If anyone is aware of a real primary citation to Dr. Stewart's quote, I and others would be extremely interested in hearing from you. Failing that, perhaps it is time to replace Dr. Stewart's possibly apocryphal quotation with citations from verifiable sources, such as Dr. Fauci [ 7 ] or Dr. Petersdorf [ 8 , 9 ]. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.
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Sign In. Advanced Search. Article Navigation. Close mobile search navigation Article Navigation. Volume He has also made major contributions to our understanding of polio virus and its vaccines. In as a young academic Almond won the Fleming Award for outstanding contribution to microbiological research by a young microbiologist in the UK and the pace and extent of his contributions have not diminished.
In his previous role he was responsible for the scientific rationale underpinning approximately 30 vaccine projects covering viruses, bacteria and eukaryotic parasites. This lecture is hosted by the Oxford Martin School and the Oxford Martin Programme on Vaccines In , following an extended period of spectacular success and optimism in the Pharmaceuticals industry that had seen the discovery of a wide range of new antibiotics and the development of effective vaccines against many childhood infections, the United States Surgeon General Dr William H.