This collection of stories of pioneering medical researchers provide readers with a look into the fascinating history of many of the most important medical advancements in recent years, and brings readers up to date on the ethics and controversies in current medical practice.experimental rabies vaccine into a second group of eight volunteers astaff members of the Institute selected because they were so-called ... a single dose of the new vaccine provided greater protection than did the long series of shots required with other rabies vaccines. ... is a major public health problem but where immunization was given sparingly before because the risks and costs were so great.
|Title||:||Who Goes First?|
|Author||:||Lawrence K. Altman|
|Publisher||:||Univ of California Press - 1987|