ud cure a chap as was makin' ready for typhus fever
On that same occasion I learned, for the first time, from Miss Abbot's communications to Bessie, that my father had been a poor clergyman; that my mother had married him against the wishes of her friends, who considered the match beneath her; that my grandfather Reed was so irritated at her disobedience, he cut her off without a shilling; that after my mother and father had been married a year, the latter caught the typhus fever
while visiting among the poor of a large manufacturing town where his curacy was situated, and where that disease was then prevalent: that my mother took the infection from him, and both died within a month of each other.
Just as he reached his thirteenth year, and his father had settled that he was strong enough to go to school, and, after much debating with himself, had resolved to send him there, a desperate typhus fever
broke out in the town.
When this happens, there's uncontrolled spread of diseases like dysentery, cholera, typhus fever
A study of murine typhus fever
in Coffee County, Alabama.
She, like Nightingale, was a nurse but died aged 35 from typhus fever
after she devoted herself to her work.
Jones, who was described by Florence Nightingale as "one of the most valuable lives in England", was a nurse who died from typhus fever
at the age of 35.
He was treated with Chloramphenicol for typhus fever
and the fever subsided in 48 h.
An elder friend of his, who had also been given his freedom, however, began shivering with a typhus fever
just outside the facility.