JAMA Revisited February 23, 1918 It is, of course, readily admitted that infections may be food borne. The story of the part played by milk in the distribution of epidemic sore throat, typhoid fever, scarlet fever and tu- berculosis need not be rehearsed here as evidence. But Jordan, If it is true that public health is purchasable, it is also true that of the University of Chicago, in emphasizing the bacterio- limited expenditures will not procure unlimited talent or un- logic aspects of the subject points out that, after all, the cur- limited results. The upshot of this indisputable statement is rent methods for preventing food infection (which certainly that community health work ought to assume a pragmatic at- is not as innocuous as the most usual adulterations in the titude to the extent of undertaking foremost those proce- chemical sense) are not those of the simple inspection of dures which pay well from the standpoint of good returns in food products. The chief infections that are known to be due lives saved and disease prevented. The evolution of modern to food infected at its source, says Jordan, are those—mainly public health activities has been gradual; it is still
JAMA – American Medical Association
Published: Feb 27, 2018
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