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The infection hazards of human cadavers.
: Cadavers may pose infection hazards to people who handle them. None of the organisms that caused mass death in the past--for example, plague, cholera, typhoid, tuberculosis, anthrax, smallpox--isExpand
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Communicable diseases in former Yugoslavia and in refugees arriving in the United Kingdom.
The war in the republics of former Yugoslavia has created the largest number of European refugees since the Second World War. Over 40,000 people from the republics arrived in the United KingdomExpand
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Salmonella in rodents: a risk to man?
: Studies of salmonella infections in rodents in the United Kingdom have focused particularly on rats and house mice. Only rarely were more than 10% of animals found to carry salmonella. TheExpand
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Infection in the deceased: a survey of management.
: Funeral directors, control of infection officers, chief environmental health officers, and consultants in communicable disease control were surveyed to identify the sources and nature of adviceExpand
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The surveillance of communicable disease in the European Community.
: This article summarises the existing international structures in Europe which collate data produced by surveillance systems in individual countries. The surveillance of influenza, tuberculosis, andExpand
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