CDC bulletin, vol. IX, no. 7, July 1950.
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CDC bulletin, vol. IX, no. 7, July 1950.

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      On cover: Malaria control in Iran.

      Federal Security Agency, Public Health Service, Communicable Disease Center, Atlanta, Ga.

      The following reports by Scientist Director Justin M. Andrews and Sanitary Engineer Lawrence B. Hall, of CDC, concern assistance given to the Imperial Iranian Government in planning and establishing a national malaria control program, Dr. Andrews served as advisor from October to December of 1948, Mr. Hall from March to June of 1949. Senior Assistant Scientist Richard Dow, also of CDC, was sent to Iran in August 1949 to make a 3-month survey of the relative effectiveness of water-wettable and oil-borne DDT in Iran, in connection with malaria control. His report is not yet available.

      Planning a malaria control program for Iran /Justin M. Andrews -- Establishing a malaria demonstration control program in Iran / Lawrence B. Hall -- Book review: Communicable disease nursing.

      32 numbered pages.

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