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Officials would have to increase the pace of sterilizations to about 30 per year, half of them in females, to have any effect.
In short, it spreads through the air, and if we been able to understand that earlier, much of the early guidance could have focused more on ventilation and outdoor work rather than plexiglass and the sterilization of surfaces.
As lawyers, medical experts, journalists, and congress people continue to gather evidence on the claims, it’s important to remember that the US has sanctioned race-based sterilization in the past century.
The last legal forced sterilization in Oregon, for example, was performed less than 40 years ago.
In late March, she sketched out an idea for a small sterilization unit.
Medicine and surgery—well, there's a huge program of compulsory sterilization, and another one of eugenic marriage-control.
HUNTER PATROLHENRY BEAM PIPER AND JOHN J. MCGUIRE
This mixture, after sterilization, is poured into flat dishes with loose-fitting covers.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
In using this method sterilization is completed in a single period, saving time, fuel and labor.
When boiling water is thus used the sterilization period in hot-water bath is thirty minutes.
For vegetables which have been gathered over 24 hours increase the time of sterilization by adding one-fifth.

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