This book is a concise description of the yellow fever service operation in Brazil, including samples of the many forms used
to track inspections and advise action. The rigorous organization and procedures described here were the key to the successful
eradication of yellow fever and malaria.
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Soper, Fred L.
Wilson, D. Bruce
de Sa Antunes, Waldemar
Monograph: Soper, Fred L., D. Bruce Wilson, Servulo Lima, and Waldemar de Sa Antunes. [Introduction and instructions for inspectors].
The Organization of Permanent Nation-Wide Anti-Aedes Aegypti Measures in Brazil. Rockefeller Foundation, 1943. Pp. 6-29. Excerpt.
Monograph. Report. 25 Images.
Courtesy of Fred L. Soper.
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Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Communicable Disease Control
The Organization of Permanent Nation-Wide Anti-Aedes Aegypti Measures in Brazil (1943)