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  • He had immunized rabbits to typhoid, and he believed that if he mixed serum taken from these immune animals with typhoid germs, the germs would die.
  • He had immunized rabbits to typhoid, and he believed that if he mixed serum taken from these immune animals with typhoid germs, the germs would die.
  • The community at Delft had a typhoid epidemic which slackened and continually reappeared.
  • She had had typhoid four years before.
  • In her discharges he found billions of typhoid bacilli.
  • He was convinced that she had caused at least one hundred cases of typhoid, with nine deaths.
  • Cause typhoid now, when she had been well for four years?
  • I was agin you in the typhoid epidemic, when you said that seamstress was carrying the sickness around, and then you showed me up good.
  • Flashing through the county, not neglecting but certainly not enlarging his own practice, Martin mapped every recent case of typhoid within five miles of Delft.
  • I want you to experiment with phage in pneumonia, plague, perhaps typhoid, and when your experiments get going, make some practical tests in collaboration with the hospitals.
  • Gustaf Sondelius shouted, in high places and low, that most diseases could be and must be wiped out; that tuberculosis, cancer, typhoid, the plague, influenza, were an invading army against which the world must mobilize—literally; that public health authorities must supersede generals and oil kings.
  • They prepared sera; the assistant in the Department of Bio-Physics was inventing electrified wire entanglements; Dr. Billy Smith, who six months before had been singing Studentenlieder at Luchow’s, was working on poison gas to be used against all singers of Lieder; and to Martin was assigned the manufacture of lipovaccine, a suspension of finely ground typhoid and paratyphoid organisms in oil.
  • …we may have found the real thing—another salvarsan! We’ll publish together! We’ll have the whole world talking! Why, I lay awake last night thinking of our magnificent opportunity! In a few months we may be curing not only staph infections but typhoid, dysentery! Martin, as your colleague, I do not for a moment wish to detract from the great credit which is yours, but I must say that if you had been more closely allied with Me you would have extended your work to practical proofs and…

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  • Typhoid fever infects millions of people annually.
  • The nurse says I’m the only typhoid patient and I’m a miracle for getting over the crisis.
    Frank McCourt  --  Angela’s Ashes

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