Haffkine

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Haff·kine

(haf'kēn),
Waldemar M.W., Russian physician, 1860-1930. See: Haffkine vaccine.
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A similar fate befell other pioneers in the field, such as the Jewish-Ukrainian scientist Waldemar Haffkine, who, working in the British Raj, developed toxoid vaccines for both bubonic plague and cholera.
It was in this room in the pharmacology department that Waldemar Haffkine had produced a vaccine against bubonic plague and during all their time in college, they never did see that door open.