Infection and immunity
Infection and immunity

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Infection and immunity

Acknowledgements

This unit was written by Basiro Davey, Carol Midgley, Claire Rostron and Daniel Berwick.

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Figure 1: Print Collector/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Figure 2: Data derived from Mitchell, B. R. and Deane, P. (1971) Abstract of British Historical Statistics, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press; and Dupree, M. W. (1995) Family Structure in the Staffordshire Potteries, 1840–1880, Oxford, Clarendon Press.; based on the Registrar General’s Annual Reports for those years

Figure 3: Data from WHO Global Health Observatory Data Repository (2014) Infant Mortality Data by WHO Region, http://apps.who.int/gho/data/view.main.182?lang=en

Figure 4: Print Collector/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

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Figure 5b: Jo Halliday

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