The Centers for Disease Control program to prevent primary and secondary disabilities in the United States.

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The Disabilities Prevention Program builds on traditional Centers for Disease Control (CDC) strengths in public health surveillance, epidemiology, and technology transfer to State and local governments in translating the findings of research into prevention programs. The objectives of the CDC program are to provide a national focus for the prevention of… (More)

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@article{Houk1989TheCF, title={The Centers for Disease Control program to prevent primary and secondary disabilities in the United States.}, author={V{\'a}clav Houk and Stephen B. Thacker}, journal={Public health reports}, year={1989}, volume={104 3}, pages={226-31} }