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The British Sanitary Movement: William Farr and the Creation of a System 8. Contagion, Infection, and the Idea of Specific Agents 9.

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Origins of a National Public Health System Germ Theory, Infection, and Bacteriology The Concept of Host and Immunity Epidemiology Fully Harnessed to Public Health: Darwin and Galton Futhering the Epidemiology of Social Gradients and Disease: Goldberger and Sydenstricker The Expanded Epidemiology Team: The Arsenal of Observational Methods in Epidemiology: Natural and Contrived New Designs and Models Social Science in Epidemiology A Developing Detente Human Immunodeficiency Virus and the Role of Women: The New Challenge Choosing a Future for Epidemiology: Eras and Paradigms