Shouldn't the after-effects of vaccination be discussed before?
Over the years I have collected many archive publications – dating back into the 1800s. The TIP Reference Archive Collection has mostly been scanned in manually, from some original documents and from photocopies.
Historical data is important to preserve, as much has been lost or destroyed over the years. Therefore I have made these documents available as Free PDF downloads for those who wish to delve into background information on this subject. You can access these PDFs by clicking on the Year Range Links above. More Reference files will be uploaded in due course.
Magda Taylor, Editor
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