2 edition of Medicine and public health in the Arctic and Antarctic found in the catalog.
Medicine and public health in the Arctic and Antarctic
Conference on Medicine and Public Health in the Arctic and Antarctic (1962 Geneva)
|Statement||Contributors: K. Lange Andersen [and others]|
|Series||World Health Organization. Public health papers,, no. 18, Public health papers ;, no. 18.|
|Contributions||World Health Organization.|
|LC Classifications||RC955 .C65 1962a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||169|
|LC Control Number||64005757|
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This small volume consists of 9 very interesting papers submitted at the first conference on health in the Arctic and Antarctic.
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Country of Publication: Switzerland Publisher: [Geneva]: World Health Organization, 30 July This is a report of the first WHO conference on medicine and public health in high latitudes. The numbers and distribution of the people in these regions are given, and factors in the environment are discussed, such as the poverty of the economy and communications, and the seasonal plague of biting insects.
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