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ESL, Niveau avancé

Typhoid Mary

In the summer of 1906, the cook Mary Mallon, served ice cream and peaches to the Warren family, ......... giving them the deadly typoid disease.
Six of the 11 family members ......... to the disease, but Mary appeared to be in perfect health.
She might never have been ......... if it was not for military surgeion Major George Soper.
It was Soper's suspicion and ......... that led to the belief that although healthy, Mary was a typhoid carrier.
Soper confronted Mary at her home and had the ......... to demand samples of her urine, feces and blood.
After Mary chased Soper and his ......... from her apartment, while angrily waving a carving fork, Soper appealed to the New York Health Department.
When tests proved Mary was definitely a carrier of typhoid, she was told that the ......... surgery of removing the gall bladder would be an effective treatment. Mary refused to have the procedure and was put in a hospital prison.
The court system refused to force Mary to have surgery. She was released from the hospital prison with the ......... that she never work as a cook again.
Mary ......... for a short time. Then she changed her name and worked as a cook at Sloane Hospital, contaminating 25 people.
Mary Mallon was sent back to the prison hospital for the rest of her life. Her willingness to risk children's and adult's lives ......... the community.