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Donald Ainslie Henderson (1928–2016)

Epidemiologist who led the effort to eradicate smallpox.
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Dr. Donald A. Henderson, Who Helped End Smallpox, Dies at 87

News : NYTimes: News

Starting in 1966, Dr. Henderson, known as D.A., led the World Health Organization’s war on the smallpox virus, and achieved success astonishingly quickly.

D.A. Henderson, ‘disease detective’ who eradicated smallpox, dies at 87

United States / Washington D.C. : Washington Post: Local

Dr. Henderson led an army of field workers in efforts to eliminate one of the world’s deadliest diseases.

Donald Henderson, who led effort to eradicate smallpox, dies at 87

News : The Raw Story

Donald A. Henderson, who headed the World Health Organization vaccination effort that wiped out smallpox in 1977 and later became a U.S. bioterrorism expert, has died from complications following a hip fracture, officials said on Su...

D.A. Henderson, who led successful effort to eradicate smallpox, dies

News : The Rundown News Blog

Henderson, a few weeks shy of his 88th birthday, died late Friday of complications that arose after he recently fractured a hip. Continue reading ? The post D.A. Henderson, who led successful effort to eradicate smallpox, dies appea...

In Memoriam: Donald Ainslie Henderson, 1928-2016

Health : Newswise Medical News

Donald Ainslie Henderson, MD, MPH '60, a leader of the international effort to eradicate smallpox - considered one of public health's greatest successes - and a former dean of what is now the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public...


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