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Reported incidence of notifiable diseases in the United States, 1956
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    Diphtheria -- Encephalitis -- Poliomyelitis -- Psittacosis -- Thyphoid fever -- Tuberculosis -- Venereal diseases -- Poliomyelitis incidence rates, 1955 and 1956 [chart] -- Table 1. Reported cases of specified notifiable diseases: United States, 1947-56 -- Table 2. Reported cases of specified notifiable diseases: United States, 1956 -- Table 3. Reported cases of specified notifiable diseases by age: total of reporting states, 1956 -- Table 4. Reported cases of specified notifiable diseases: United States, each division and state, 1956 -- Table 5. Cases of infrequently reported notifiable diseases by state: United States, 1956 -- Table 6. Cases of specified diseases reported by certain states: United States, 1956 -- Table 7. Reported cases of specified notifiable diseases, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, and the Canal Zone, 1956

    Final figures for 1956 supplied by State and Territorial health officers are presented in this summary. Trends in the incidence of diseases are shown in table 1. The number of cases by month, usually by month of report, are given in table 2. Date on age distribution for 7 diseases were collected for the first time in 1956 and are shown in table 3. Some comparisons with previous years cannot be made, no comments on these data are made in this report. Cases by State and those in noncontiguous areas are shown in subsequent tables. The numbers of reported cases of certain diseases not requested to be regularly reported to the Public Health Service are also shown in this report.

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