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During the past 150 years, two factors have shaped the modern public health system: first, the growth of scientific knowledge about sources and means of controlling disease; second, the growth of public acceptance of disease control as both a possibility and a public responsibility. As understanding of sources of contagion and means of controlling disease became more refined, more effective interventions against health threats were developed. At 1946, we employ newly discovered interventions against health threats


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