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Health and History
2016). Killing the speckled monster: riots, resistance and reward in the story of smallpox vaccination. Health and History, 18 (2), 138-144. Killing the speckled monster: riots, resistance and reward in the story of smallpox vaccination Abstract En route to the vaccination exhibition, it was easy to get distracted by the impressive variety of preserved specimens on display in one of London's most fascinating museums, the Hunterian. Jar upon jar of human and animal body parts as well as medicaldoi:10.5401/healthhist.18.2.0138 fatcat:jipth6jcgbcpdbawbd7fmbec2u