Public Health Magazine FALL 1997

  • At the Pinnacle
    He's helped eradicate smallpox, immunize the world's children, and develop the field of injury control. Now, as Presidential Distinguished Professor of International Health, William Foege shares his experiences with students.
  • Ambassadors of Hope
    Three graduates have a mission: to make the world a better place, to be ambassadors of hope.
  • A Toxic Legacy
    Measuring mercury exposure in a coastal town, public health researchers are assessing the damage done by industry and building hope for a cleaner future.
  • Trials of Life
    Biostatisticians lend their particular talents to evaluating a newly refined treatment called pallidotomy that brings hope to those with Parkinson's disease.

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