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When tetanus germs invade a wound, they can kill : so we kill them first

England : National Blood Transfusion Service : H.M.S.O., 19--

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 42 x 30 cm.

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Yellow poster with multicolor lettering. Title at top of poster. Visual images are abstract illustrations of people. On left side of poster, a woman holds a little girl who has a wound on her wrist. A skull and crossbones flag and an arrow point to the wound. On right side of poster, a man in overalls donates blood. Tubing stretches from his arm to a blood collection bag at his feet. Text between images discusses how anti-tetanus antibodies come from plasma, which comes from blood, and how there is but a single source for each component. Note and publisher information at bottom of poster.

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<p>Yellow poster with multicolor lettering.  Title at top of poster.  Visual images are abstract illustrations of people.  On left side of poster, a woman holds a little girl who has a wound on her wrist.  A skull and crossbones flag and an arrow point to the wound.  On right side of poster, a man in overalls donates blood.  Tubing stretches from his arm to a blood collection bag at his feet.  Text between images discusses how anti-tetanus antibodies come from plasma, which comes from blood, and how there is but a single source for each component.  Note and publisher information at bottom of poster.</p>
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When tetanus germs invade a wound, they can kill : so we kill them first

England : National Blood Transfusion Service : H.M.S.O., 19--

<p>Yellow poster with multicolor lettering.  Title at top of poster.  Visual images are abstract illustrations of people.  On left side of poster, a woman holds a little girl who has a wound on her wrist.  A skull and crossbones flag and an arrow point to the wound.  On right side of poster, a man in overalls donates blood.  Tubing stretches from his arm to a blood collection bag at his feet.  Text between images discusses how anti-tetanus antibodies come from plasma, which comes from blood, and how there is but a single source for each component.  Note and publisher information at bottom of poster.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 42 x 30 cm.

ABSTRACT

Yellow poster with multicolor lettering. Title at top of poster. Visual images are abstract illustrations of people. On left side of poster, a woman holds a little girl who has a wound on her wrist. A skull and crossbones flag and an arrow point to the wound. On right side of poster, a man in overalls donates blood. Tubing stretches from his arm to a blood collection bag at his feet. Text between images discusses how anti-tetanus antibodies come from plasma, which comes from blood, and how there is but a single source for each component. Note and publisher information at bottom of poster.

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