House on Fire: The Fight to Eradicate Smallpox

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House on Fire
THE FIGHT
TO ERADICATE SMALLPOX

WILLIAM H. FOEGE

University of California Press
BERKELEY LOS ANGELES LONDON

Milbank Memorial Fund
NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • Foreword xiii
  • Foreword xv
  • Preface xix
  • Part One- Africa - Identifying the Key Strategy 1
  • One - A Loathsome Disease 3
  • Two - A Succession of Mentors 12
  • Three - Practicing Public Health in Nigeria 28
  • Four - Fire Line around a Virus 43
  • Five Extinguishing Smallpox in a Time of War 60
  • Part Two- India - Meeting the Challenge of Eradication 81
  • Six - Under the Rule of Variola 83
  • Seven - Unwarranted Optimism 105
  • Eight - A Gorgeous Coalition 123
  • Nine - Rising Numbers, Refining Strategy 145
  • Ten - Water on a Burning House 163
  • Eleven - Smallpox Zero 173
  • Conclusion 188
  • Postscript 193
  • Appendix - A Plan in the Event of Smallpox Bioterrorism 195
  • Notes 199
  • Glossary 209
  • Index 213
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