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Infectious diseases like smallpox, diphtheria, tuberculosis and typhoid fever kill thousands each year.JUDITH WALZER LEAVITT: Typhoid fever was a fairly common visitor in New York City and in other urban areas, especially in the 19th century and in the early part of the 20th century.This is the last thing Charles Warren, banker to the Vanderbilts, expected when he rented a house for his family in this exclusive seaside resort.JUDITH WALZER LEAVITT: This was a family that brought servants with them and came to summer out on the island.BARRON LERNER: The new science, the new bacteriology, was tremendously exciting.This focused on, "What can we see under the microscope?As an undergraduate, I had the temerity to move typhoid patients and their families out of a house that had a long history of communicable diseases and, with the consent of the owner, burn it to the ground.JUDITH WALZER LEAVITT: George Soper was somebody who got his teeth into a problem and would not let go. He was not going to give up until he did, and so he was obsessed.

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NARRATOR: That winter, the Thompsons learn about a freelance civil engineer known for his ability to track down the source of disease.Thirty-seven-year-old George Soper is confident and ambitious.