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Maltodextrin

I'd say Semmelweis was "Preventing Infectious Action." =)

David Maxfield

Semmelweis is a great example for you to use, because many of his peers seem to describe him as an asshole. Below is a link to an article that makes the argument that his treatment of his peers contributed to their rejection of his excellent ideas.
http://www.nybooks.com/articles/article-preview?article_id=16914

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