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Nederlands: Repronegatief. Een Europeaan vaccineert Indonesische patiënten met neosalvarsaan tegen de ziekte framboesia
English: A European Indonesian vaccinates patients with neo salvarsan against the tropical disease yaws
Français : Un docteur européen-indonésien vaccine des patients contre le pian, une maladie tropicale
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