D.A. Henderson: We needed you in 2020

Donald A. Henderson is credited with eliminating smallpox on the globe. A great scientist and public health official who headed the World Health Organization’s smallpox division years ago.

DA Henderson
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Dr. Henderson died in 2016, but his words concerning dealing with pandemics, particularly on what not to do,  are clearly spelled out in the 2006 article, Disease Mitigation Measures in the Control of Pandemic Influenza

In this podcast I briefly go over what Henderson and his colleagues had to say after a study came out in early 2006 promoting quarantines, closures and lockdowns.

 

 

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