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About the Author.
1: James Lind and Scurvy.
2: Edward Jenner, Vaccination and Eradication of Smallpox.
3: From Panum to Eradication of Measles.
4: Semmelweiss, Crede, Lister, and Nightingale: Pioneers in Controlling Hospital Infections.
5: John Snow, Cholera, the Broad Street Pump; Waterborne Diseases Then and Now.
6: Pasteur on Microbes and Infectious Diseases.
7: Robert Koch and Paul Ehrlich: Criteria of Causation of Disease and Chemotherapy as “Magic Bullets”.
8: Bismarck and the Long Road to Universal Health Coverage.
9: Joseph Goldberger, Pellagra, and Nutritional Epidemiology.
10: Endemic Goiter and Elimination of Iodine Deficiency Disorders.
11: Elmer McCollum and Edward Mellanby: Vitamin D and Cod Liver Oil for Prevention of Rickets and Osteoporosis.
12: Norman Gregg and Congenital Rubella Syndrome.
13: Ethical Issues in Public Health*.
14: Framingham and North Karelia: Studies that Changed the Cardiovascular Disease Pandemic.
15: Milton Roemer, Hospital Bed Supply and Economics of Health.
16: John Enders, Jonas Salk, Albert Sabin and Eradication of Poliomyelitis.
17: Preventing Vitamin K Deficiency Bleeding in Newborns.
18: Eliminating Beta Thalassemia Major and Other Congenital Blood Disorders.
19: Maurice Hilleman: Creator of Vaccines That Changed the World.
20: Robert Guthrie and Nicholas Wald: Screening and Preventing Birth Defects.
21: Marc Lalonde, the Health Field Concept and Health Promotion.
22: Warren, Marshall, Helicobacter Pylori, Peptic Ulcers and Gastric Cancer.