Inoculation of a patient with the vaccine against croup at a hospital for sick children in Paris
|Caption||Inoculation of a patient with the vaccine against croup at a hospital for sick children in Paris. The vaccine was developed by Louis Pasteur and his colleagues at the Institut Pasteur. Illustration from Le Figaro Illustre, November 1894.|
|Artist||French Photographer (19th Century)|
|Artwork medium||black and white photograph|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||French 19th Century Group Portrait science scientists Paris France Institut Pasteur Pasteur Institute Louis Pasteur vaccination immunology medicine biology microbiology biologist croup microbiologist child hospital patient vaccine inoculation bed sickness disease doctors health healthcare Hospital For Sick Children Children's Hospital|
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