Silent victories the history and practice of public health in twentieth century america on this page books and media cite this article downloads article ris txt 2 kb article metrics metric details cite this article open modal john w ward christian warren editors oxford university press new york usa 2007 isbn 9780195150698 pages 484 price us 4995 the 20th century . Americans health improved dramatically over the 20th century public health programs for disease and injury prevention were responsible for much of this advance over the century americas public health system grew dramatically in scientific expertise and political authority as the disease burden of the old scourges of infection infant mortality and dietary deficiencies began to lift . Silent victories the history and practice of public health in twentieth century america j h mathieson cumbria kendal cumbria la22 9ad janemathiesoncumbriapctnhsuk. Silent victories the history and practice of public health in twentieth century america authors ward j w warren c author affiliation division of viral hepatitis national center for infectious diseases centers for disease control and prevention 1600 clifton rd atlanta ga 30333 usa. Silent victories takes a unique approach in its exploration of ten major public health issues addressed in the 20th century for each issue leading scientists in the field trace the discoveries practices and programs that reduced morbidity and mortality from disease and injury and an accompanying chapter by an academic historian or social scientist highlights key moments or conflicts that
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