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Walter Reed


Walter Reed received his medical degree that mosquitos carried yellow fever.
Reed and his wife had two children served as the lone doctor in an outpost.
Reed joined the army because and adopted an Indian girl.
For sixteen years he died of yellow fever.
At one time he was looking after made possible the building of the Panama Canal.
When he studied at Johns Hopkins Hospital died of typhoid fever.
In the outpost many soldiers  by the time he was 18 years old.
Many people became sick because they spraying the water with chemicals.
90,000 people in the United States  they allowed him to study for seven months.
After his experiments he concluded  did not observe sanitary conditions.
They got rid of mosquitos by several hundred Indians.
His work in stopping the spread of yellow fever he thought he could advance further.

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