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For many reasons, all well beyond the purview of this study, the definition of "public health" has occupied the scholarly attention of many. For purposes of economy, we accept the following: "The application of scientific and medical knowledge to the protection and improvement of the health of the group" (F Brockington, cited in KL White, Healing the Schism: Medicine, Epidemiol-



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