Kendrick P, Eldering G (1939)

A study in active immunization against pertussis. American Journal of Hygiene 29 Sec. B:133-153.
During the late 1930s, Pearl Kendrick and Grace Eldering, working in the Michigan Department of Health, did an important controlled study to evaluate the effects of the whooping cough vaccine they had developed.

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