CDC bulletin, vol. IX, no. 11, November 1950
Published Date:November 1950
Corporate Authors:Communicable Disease Center (U.S.)
Keywords:Communicable Disease Center (U.S.)
Communicable Disease Control/United States
Communicable Diseases/United States
Epidemics/prevention & Control/United States
Insect Control/United States
Public Health/United States
Relief Work/United States
Description:On cover: Toxicology of insecticides.
Toxicology of insecticides / Wayland J. Hayes, Jr. -- The Status of fly resistance to insecticides in the Savannah area and its implications in the general problem of fly control / Kenneth D. Quarterman -- The newer economic poisons of use in disease control / William M. Upholt -- Insecticidal formulations / George W. Pearce, Mary B. Goette, Janet T. Spillane -- The Equipment Development Section of the Technical Development Services / Lawrence B. Hall -- The Radioactive Isotope Laboratory Unit at Technical Development Services / Jens A. Jensen -- -- Epidemic and disaster aid / Frank R. Shaw -- Part I. Disaster aid of long ago -- Part II. A Recent natural disaster at Texas City -- Part III. The Northwest flood (Columbia River Basin Flood - Spring 1948) -- -- Book review: Subtropical entomology -- Morbidity data.
With the development of the Communicable Disease Center and the general expansion of Service personnel and activities following World War II, it became possible for the Service to render greater aid, not only in number of persons supplied but also in equipment and material furnished. Notable examples of this expanded service were the Texas City disaster, April 16, 1947, and the Northwest (Columbia River) flood in the spring of 1948.
Federal Security Agency, U.S. Public Health Service, Communicable Disease Center, Atlanta, Georgia.
36 numbered pages
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