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1.1 Fragmentary news reports of smallpox outbreaks from EP districts of smallpox, Pakistan Observer, 23 February 1958. News reports were a source of outbreak intelligence that travelled faster than the EP Health Department's passive surveillance. page 21
1.2 Dr Alexander D. Langmuir, Chief Epidemiologist, Communicable Disease Center, Atlanta GA, c.1955. Source: National Library of Medicine. 25
1.3 Dr T. Aidan Cockburn, East Pakistan Provincial Health Adviser, vaccinating an infant in Barisal district. Source: Markin Parikrama (‘American Survey’), May 1958. 28
1.4 Professional methods of vaccination. WHO, Handbook for Smallpox Eradication Programmes in Endemic Areas WHO/SE/67.5 (Geneva 1967), pp. III–10. 32
4.1 The graph in Kim (1985), showing the importance of changing the target population. 111
11.1 T-shirt produced for the polio vaccination team members. 290
11.2 Cover of DVD, Polio: Cuta ko Kariya? 302


1.1 Major donors of smallpox vaccine to East Pakistan, spring 1958. page 23
8.1 Vaccine schedules in Japan and the United States, 2011. 210
8.2 Approvals of Japan's first combination vaccine with a polio component. 219
8.3 Adverse events following the introduction of MMR in 1989. 221
8.4 Vaccines approved for use in Japan and the United States (1985–2006). 224
8.5 US–Japan comparison of vaccine approvals (2007–11). 227
11.1 Cases of acute flaccid paralysis (AFP) and confirmed cases of wild poliovirus and circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus, Nigeria, 1999–2015. 299

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