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Influenza Encyclopedia

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This article provides statistics on infant mortality related to epidemic influenza in several American cities during the month of October, 1918. The editorial poses a series of questions regarding the possible future course of the epidemic and steps to take to prepare for it. "How many more cases of tuberculosis will develop during the coming winter and spring as an aftermath of the epidemic? What are health officers doing to meet this situation? In how many communities are campaigns of public health education being planned advising citizens to undergo periodic medical examinations?", asks the author.

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