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June 11, 1932

PUBLIC HEALTH INTELLIGENCE OF THE HEALTH ORGANIZATION OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS

Author Affiliations

Geneva. Medical Director, Health Section, League of Nations

JAMA. 1932;98(24):2156. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730500122027

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Abstract

To the Editor.  —May I through the courtesy of your columns bring to the notice of public health administrators the facilities that exist in the Health Organization of the League of Nations for the supply of information relating to the detailed application of different public health methods in various countries. In addition, comparative information is available with regard to epidemiologic statistics and public health legislation.The Health Organization is willing to supply, as far as possible, data on these branches of preventive medicine.Inquiries are, however, limited to those from the heads of large administrations or the heads of scientific institutions, who should indicate the purpose for which the information is required in view of the amount of work that unconsidered requests necessarily involve. Furthermore, inquiries should be limited to information that is not already in the medical press.All inquiries should be addressed to the Medical Director, Health Section,

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