Typhoid (aka Enteric Fever)
Diseases   Dirty water

[Dirty water. John Snow first discovered the cause when he linked it to a well in Broad Street, Soho, London 1854.  John Snow beat William Budd to the water theory of transmission of cholera by only 10 days. However, although Budd's thesis was based on more thorough surveys of rural outbreaks, he made the mistake of proposing a fungal cause.  In 1849, John Snow published the first edition of his best-known work On the mode of communication of cholera. It cost him 200 to produce but his income was only 3.12s.  Journals dismissed Snow's book. "There is, in our view, an entire failure of proof that the occurrence of any one case could be clearly and unambiguously assigned to water". The reviewer later concludes, "Notwithstanding our opinion that Dr Snow has failed in proving that cholera is communicated in the mode in which he supposes it to be, he deserves the thanks of the profession for endeavouring to solve the mystery. It is only by close analysis of facts and the publication of new views, that we can hope to arrive at the truth". (London Medical Gazette, 1849)John Snow's views were still not accepted in Germany at the time of the Gelsenkirche Typhoid Epidemic, in 1901!
It was common at the time to have a cesspit under most homes. Most families tried to have their raw sewage collected and dumped in the Thames to prevent their cesspit from filling faster than the sewage could decompose into the soil.  After the cholera epidemic had subsided, government officials replaced the Broad Street Handle Pump. They had responded only to the urgent threat posed to the population, and afterwards they rejected Snow's theory. To accept his proposal would be indirectly accepting the oral-fecal method transmission of disease, which was too unpleasant for most of the public. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Snow_(physician).]

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Dirty water

Typhoid Mary

[2015 Feb] Feds award family $7.4 million over disabling vaccines  On June 22, 2011, Carolyn Schutte went to the Clay County Public Health Center in Liberty for a round of shots. She was preparing for a trip to Africa and received vaccinations for various diseases, including tetanus, Hepatitis A and B, and typhoid. Two days later, she was debilitated with permanent brain damage caused by encephalopathy. "The active lifestyle that we had before is over," said Jim Schutte, Carolyn Schutte's husband and now her guardian. "It's gone. We just have to make due with what's left."  The couple were once avid travelers.

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Typhoid vaccine selling

Lt.-Col. Donegan in defense of Dr Hadwen 1925

Typhus by Dr Tilden MD

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Typhoid vaccine adverse reactions

Some history of the treatment of epidemics with Homeopathy by Julian Winston

[July 2007] 500 Rushed To Hospital - Cholera and Typhoid Vaccines Blamed

[2008 July] Typhoid carriers 'detained for life in asylum'

[2008 Nov] 3,000 dead from cholera in Zimbabwe

[1933] The Golden Calf by Charles W. Forward

Children play in a sewage stream in the Harare suburb of Dzivaresekwa