Eradication Quotes

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1. “Eradication represents a complete change of philosophy and a recognition of the equal rights of all citizens to protection from infection, no matter where they live. Eradication, by its very nature, is public health with a conscience. The public health control officer can sleep tranquilly, salving his conscience with the thought that most of his responsibility has been discharged – that he did not have enough money to do any more. The eradicator knows that his success is not measured by what has been accomplished but, rather, is the extent of his failure indicated by what remains to be done. He must stamp out the last embers of infection in his jurisdiction. His slogan must be: ANY IS TOO MANY.”

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Source : Building the Health Bridge: Selections from the Works of Fred L. Soper

2. “In one respect New Orleans has set an example for all the world in the fight against yellow fever. The first impression was the complete organization of the citizens and the rational and reasonable way in which the fight has been conducted by them. With a tangible enemy in view, the army of defense could begin to fight rationally and scientifically. The... spirit in which the citizens of New Orleans sallied forth to win this fight strikes one who has been witness to the profound gloom, distress, and woe that cloud every other epidemic city. Rupert Boyce, Dean of Liverpool School of Tropical Diseases, 1905”

Tags : Aedes Aegypti Mosquitoes Applied Science Citizens Cooperation And Attitude Disease Control Disease Eradiction New Orleans Epidemics Eradication Health Leadership Medicine Mosquito Eradication Public Health Quality Of Life Resolve Science Scientific Solidarity Success Teamwork Transformative Triumphs Yellow Fever
Author : Rupert Boyce

3. “Just as the unwanted pregnancy, there are unwanted people in your life you should strive to abort, and such abortion is not sin, nor harm, but the eradication of a destructive foetus.”

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4. “Recognizing its importance, Aedes aegypti should be studied as a long-term national, regional, and world problem rather than as a temporary local threat to the communities suffering at any given moment from yellow fever, dengue or other aegypti-borne disease. No one can foresee the extent of the future threat of Aedes aegypti to mankind as a vector of known virus diseases, and none can foretell what other virus diseases may yet affect regions where A. aegypti is permitted to remain.”

Tags : Aedes Aegypti Chikungunya Dengue Disease Control Eradication Fred Lowe Soper Mosquito Eradication Mosquitoes Public Health Yellow Fever Yellow Fever Eradication Zika
Source : Building the Health Bridge: Selections from the Works of Fred L. Soper

5. “How to spell Aedes aegypti,the world's one-stop, viral-disease-transmitting mosquito: T-R-O-U-B-L-E.”

Tags : Aedes Aegypti Chikungunya Dengue Disease Control Endemics Epidemics Eradication Health Mosquitoes Public Health Vectors Viruses Yellow Fever Zika
Author : T.K. Naliaka

6. “Amateurs are fond of advising that all practical measures should be postponed pending carrying out detailed researches upon the habits of anophelines, the parasite rate of localities, the effect of minor works, and so on. In my opinion, this is a fundamental mistake. It implies the sacrifice of life and health on a large scale while researches which may have little real value and which may be continued indefinitely are being attempted… In practical life we observe that the best practical discoveries are obtained during the execution of practical work and that long academic discussions are apt to lead to nothing but academic profit. Action and investigation together do more than either of these alone.”

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Author : Ronald Ross
Source : Researches on Malaria

7. “Aedes aegypti, which transmits yellow fever, is one of the feeblest species in its ability for flight and it is at once blown away and destroyed when it gets into a breeze. It therefore seldom wanders from the house in which it was bred.”

Tags : Aedes Aegypti Chikungunya Dengue Disease Control Eradication Mosquito Eradication Mosquitoes Public Health Tiger Mosquito Vector Control William Crawford Gorgas Yellow Fever Yellow Fever Eradication Zika
Source : Sanitation in Panama

8. “Les pelles ne sont pas élégantes, certes, mais elles ont tout de même réussi a libérer des communautés entières du paludisme durant les 5 000 derniers ans.”

Tags : Africa Afrique Disease Control Eradication Les Pelles Malaria Paludisme Public Health Shovels Vector Control
Author : T.K. Naliaka

9. “Your ultimate reason for staying in this crooked world is not to imitate its devastating physique, but trying do something about its ugly appearance.”

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10. “Havana, Cuba, in which city yellow fever had not failed to make its yearly appearance during the past one hundred and forty years... Havana was freed from yellow fever within ninety days. Dr. Walter Reed, 1902”

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Author : Walter Reed

11. “The use of vaccine in the control of yellow fever should occupy more or less the same place that typhoid fever vaccine has in the control of typhoid fever. No sanitary authority would desire to substitute typhoid vaccine for the supply of pure water and food, so we must not accept the yellow fever vaccine as a substitute for the elimination of Aedes aegypti. The vaccine provides individual protection for the person who cannot be protected by more general measures.”

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12. “But why does it matter what we call it, as long as there is concerted action to respond to and prevent such crimes? It matters because if we really want to fix something that is broken, if we want to heal these fractures in our society, then we need to understand their causes. If we do not, then we will forever continue to place giant sticking plasters over the wounds left by this violence, trying to bandage over losses that can never be replaced. As long as this violence continues, it is obviously the case that we do have to address the symptoms, but my argument is that we must also address the causes if we want a long-term reduction or even, perhaps, the eventual eradication of male violence against women.”

Tags : Eradication Feminism Prevention Violence Violence Against Women
Author : Finn Mackay

13. “Omens don't influence the eradication of a evil from a society. it's all upto you when YOU want.”

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Author : M.H. Rakib