Excerpt from The Critique, Vol. 20: February, 1913
The general average death-rate over wide areas has re mained, and now is, about per cent. In support of the last two statements, I quote from page 43, par. 99, of the Minority Report of the Royal Commission on Vaccination the following extract: The broad result is that when large figures are taken, the fatality of smallpox now with a large majority of the cases protected by vaccination, is about the same as it was last century, when none of the cases had received any protective rite.
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