IEHSOLP   26978
INSTITUTO DE ESTUDIOS HISTORICOS Y SOCIALES DE LA PAMPA
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
artículos
Título:
Smallpox and immunisation policies in Argentina from the nineteenth to the twentieth century
Autor/es:
DI LISCIA, MAR√ćA SILVIA
Revista:
MEDICAL HISTORY
Editorial:
PROF SCI PUBL
Referencias:
Año: 2022 vol. 66 p. 323 - 338
ISSN:
0025-7273
Resumen:
This work examines the history of smallpox, a highly infectious and epidemic disease, in Argentina, throughout different governments and public health policies from the nineteenth to the twentieth century. The study focuses on the smallpox vaccine and the social and collective significance of universal immunization. It also analyses the relationship between governments of different political orientations and the international community regarding the production of vaccines and vaccination campaigns from their implementation to the eradication of the disease.