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Chemical mutagenesis: an emerging issue for public health. L D Claxton and P Z Barry Chemical mutagens are recognized as prevalent in the environment and a potential threat to the health of future generations. This paper presents an overview of chemical mutagenesis as an issue for public health....
House-to-house, community-wide chemoprophylaxis for meningococcal disease: an aggressive approach to disease prevention. T J Chester , J A Jacobson , E L Caviness and F S Wolf During an outbreak of meningococcal disease in a rural community in southwest Alabama in 1975-76, we undertook an...
A large outbreak of foodborne salmonellosis on the Navajo Nation Indian Reservation, epidemiology and secondary transmission. M A Horwitz , R A Pollard , M H Merson and S M Martin In September 1974, the largest outbreak of foodborne salmonellosis ever reported to the Center for Disease...
Head and spinal cord injuries: a pilot study of morbidity survey procedures. W D Kalsbeek and T D Hartwell This paper describes a pilot case-finding survey which allowed statistical resolution of a number of methodological issues facing researchers who conduct such surveys. The pilot study for a...
A perspective on the significance of pandemic influenza. J Kavet The identification in February 1976 of a new strain of influenza virus led to the enactment of unprecedented federal legislation to minimize the impact of a potential outbreak of pandemic influenza in the fall and winter of...
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