Louis Pasteur (1800-1895) discovered the rabies vaccine effective on animals, sommistra for the first time to a human vaccine (1885): the Alsatian boy of nine years, Joseph Meister, bitten two days earlier by a rabid dog, that otherwise would face certain death. Chromos, France circa 1890

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title: ADMINISTRATION OF rabies vaccine

subject date: 2014-10-10

caption: Louis Pasteur (1800-1895) discovered the rabies vaccine effective on animals, sommistra for the first time to a human vaccine (1885): the Alsatian boy of nine years, Joseph Meister, bitten two days earlier by a rabid dog, that otherwise would face certain death. Chromos, France circa 1890

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