Writings on vaccination published in early editions of the Advent Review and Sabbath Herald.

Review and Herald for 1885 – Vol. 62 – No. 23

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Extract from section titled "News of the Week" — The city vaccinator at Montreal has been sued for $10,000 damages for causing the death of two children by using impure vaccine. The official alleges that the children died from measles Link to Publication https://documents.adventistarchives.org/Periodicals/RH/RH18850609-V62-23.pdf

Review and Herald for 1885 – Vol. 62 – No. 232021-10-19T18:24:51-04:00

Review and Herald for 1915 – Vol. 92 – No. 09

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Three-page article printed in section "Medical Missionary Department", WA Ruble, MD (General Secretary), LA Hansen (Assistant Secretary), HW Miller, MD (N. Am. Div Secretary) Vaccination a Prevention of Smallpox and Typhoid Fever: Sanitation Not Dependable Protection' FOR many years it has been generally held that smallpox and typhoid fever might largely be controlled through quarantine and disinfecting measures properly carried into effect. But we have reason to believe that this result will never be obtained in such a manner, since with our sanitation, improved as it has been during the past two decades, we have had a tremendous amount [...]

Review and Herald for 1915 – Vol. 92 – No. 092021-10-19T18:06:06-04:00

Review and Herald for 1914 – Vol. 91 – No. 53

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Printed in section "Educational Department" subtitled "Ministerial Reading Course" Notice to 1915 Readers Our new course for 1915 is now ready. The reading recommended by the General Conference Committee is as follows: — "Medical Science of Today," by Wilmott Evans, M. D., 324 pages. The magazine Christian Education, to be used for promoting and supplementing the course. " Gospel Workers," the new book by Mrs. E. G. White, about 50o pages. " The Minister as Shepherd," by Charles Edward Jefferson, 229 pages. " History of the Ancient World," by George Stephen Goodspeed, 483 pages. These books are arranged above [...]

Review and Herald for 1914 – Vol. 91 – No. 532021-10-19T16:46:13-04:00

Review and Herald for 1914 – Vol. 91 – No. 36

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Printed in section "Medical Missionary Department", WA Ruble, MD (General Secretary), LA Hansen (Assistant Secretary), HW Miller, MD (N. Am. Div Secretary) IN connection with the tent meetings now being held in Washington, D. C., by Elder R. E. Harter, medical talks are given every Monday night. The circumstances attending the securing of the tent location and the opening of the meetings were such as to give the effort a wide publicity. The attendance has been good. As, is usually the case, the largest attendance is on Sunday nights, and Monday nights the attendance is comparatively small. Notwithstanding this, [...]

Review and Herald for 1914 – Vol. 91 – No. 362021-10-19T16:30:00-04:00

Review and Herald for 1913 – Vol. 90 – No. 31

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Printed in section "News and Miscellany" — Physicians are hopeful over the question of the efficacy of vaccination for typhoid fever. During the first six months of 1913 only half as many cases were reported in New York City as for the corresponding period last year. Link to Publication https://documents.adventistarchives.org/Periodicals/RH/RH19130731-V90-31.pdf

Review and Herald for 1913 – Vol. 90 – No. 312021-10-19T16:22:16-04:00

Review and Herald for 1913 – Vol. 90 – No. 22

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Partial listing of articles published in the Life and Health Magazine Shall We Vaccinate Against Tuberculosis? Read of Actual Results Produced by This New Remedy. See Also Other Excellent Features in This June Number. Some June Features How a Vacation Paid for Itself Preventive Vaccination Against Tuberculosis History of Tobacco Using (Illustrated) Link to Publication https://documents.adventistarchives.org/Periodicals/RH/RH19130529-V90-22.pdf

Review and Herald for 1913 – Vol. 90 – No. 222021-10-19T16:20:33-04:00

Review and Herald for 1913 – Vol. 90 – No. 21

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Partial listing of articles published in the Life and Health Magazine Shall We Vaccinate Against Tuberculosis? Read of Actual Results Produced by This New Remedy. See Also Other Excellent Features in This June Number. Some June Features How a Vacation Paid for Itself Preventive Vaccination Against Tuberculosis History of Tobacco Using (Illustrated) Link to Publication https://documents.adventistarchives.org/Periodicals/RH/RH19130522-V90-21.pdf

Review and Herald for 1913 – Vol. 90 – No. 212021-10-19T16:19:27-04:00

Review and Herald for 1913 – Vol. 90 – No. 20

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Partial listing of articles published in the Life and Health Magazine Shall We Vaccinate Against Tuberculosis ? Read of Actual Results Produced by This New Remedy. See Also Other Excellent Features in This June Number. Some June Features How a Vacation Paid for Itself Preventive Vaccination Against Tuberculosis History of Tobacco Using (Illustrated) Link to Publication https://documents.adventistarchives.org/Periodicals/RH/RH19130515-V90-20.pdf

Review and Herald for 1913 – Vol. 90 – No. 202021-10-19T16:18:07-04:00

Review and Herald for 1912 – Vol. 89 – No. 49

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Printed in article titled "Typhoid Vaccination for Foreign Missionaries" in Section "The World-Wide Field" by HN SISCO, M. D. VACCINATION has undoubtedly proved itself of distinct value in preventing the ravages of smallpox. The following extracts are presented to call the attention of our brethren everywhere, especially our foreign missionaries, to the question of vaccination for typhoid fever as a valuable prophylactic measure in this disease, with the suggestion that it be more fully used. "Fox discusses the results of preventive inoculation in the British army in India, showing that the number of cases among the vaccinated troops amounted [...]

Review and Herald for 1912 – Vol. 89 – No. 492021-10-19T16:11:53-04:00

Review and Herald for 1912 – Vol. 89 – No. 47

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Printed in section "News and Miscellany" — Dr. Victor C. Vaughn, of the University of Michigan, advocates vaccination against tuberculosis. He says he has had success in vaccinating the unaffected members of a household when one or two have consumption. He used the non-poisonous residue of the tubercle bacillus, and urges that it be generally employed. Link to Publication https://documents.adventistarchives.org/Periodicals/RH/RH19121121-V89-47.pdf

Review and Herald for 1912 – Vol. 89 – No. 472021-10-19T16:05:23-04:00
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