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Malaria Control in War Areas, 1942-43.
  • Published Date:
    1943
  • Language:
    English
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Malaria Control in War Areas, 1942-43.
Details:
  • Corporate Authors:
    United States. Office of Malaria Control in War Areas.
  • Document Type:
  • Description:
    The program Malaria Control in War Areas, a joint undertaking by the Public Health Service and the several State Health Departments, is designed to control production of malaria mosquitoes and reduce potential malaria transmission in extra-cantonment zones of military and essential war industrial areas. Operation of the projects is by the State Health Departments utilizing resources of the Public Health Service. Policy direction is exercised by the Atlanta office of the Public Health Service in collaboration with the Public Health Service Districts involved.

    Malaria Control in War Areas Organization chart -- Headquarters Office -- Part I. Pictorial presentation of Malaria Control in War Areas -- -- Part II. Introduction -- Operations Division: Medical Services, Entomological Services, Engineering Serviecs, MCWA in Puerto Rico -- Administrative Division: Personnel and Accounts, Procurement and Supplies -- Special Projects and Cooperative Enterprises: Aedes Aegypti Control Program, Dog Fly Control in Florida, Blood Slides for the Army, Training and Education, Community Program -- -- Part III. State Section.

    Federal Security Agency, U. S. Public Health Service, Atlanta, Georgia.

    103 p.

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