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by Kevin M. Cahill

Download Imminent Peril: Public Health in a Declining Economy ePub
  • ISBN 0870783343
  • ISBN13 978-0870783340
  • Language English
  • Author Kevin M. Cahill
  • Publisher Twentieth Century Fund (October 1, 1991)
  • Pages 148
  • Formats lrf lit mbr mobi
  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Engineering
  • Size ePub 1824 kb
  • Size Fb2 1402 kb
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A collection of papers from a symposium by the Board of Health of New York, this book addresses the issues of protecting public health despite times of fiscal constraint. It traces the historical and legal precedents, assesses the costs and benefits, and stresses the need to tackle this problem. Contributors include New York Governor Mario Cuomo; New York City Mayor David Dinkins; Margaret Hegarty, director of paediatrics at Harlem Hospital Centre; James Jones, chairman and CEO of the American Stock exchange; Congressman Charles Rangel; David Rogers, chairman of the New York City and State panels on AIDS; and Deborah Steelman, chair of the Advisory Council on Social Security.

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A collection of papers from a symposium by the Board of Health of New York, this book addresses the issues of protecting public health despite times of fiscal constraint

A collection of papers from a symposium by the Board of Health of New York, this book addresses the issues of protecting public health despite times of fiscal constraint. It traces the historical and legal precedents, assesses the costs and benefits, and stresses the need to tackle this problem. Contributors include New York Governor Mario Cuomo; New York City Mayor David Dinkins; Margaret Hegarty, director of paediatrics at Harlem Hospital Centre

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Author: Kevin M. Cahill. A collection of papers from a symposium by the Board of Health of New York, this book addresses the issues of protecting public health despite times of fiscal constraint

Author: Kevin M. A collection of papers from a symposium by the Board of Health of New York, this book addresses the issues of protecting public health despite times of fiscal constraint.

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For more than forty-five years, Kevin Cahill has been helping to heal the world: as a.Imminent Peril- Public Health in Declining Economy 1991 175.

For more than forty-five years, Kevin Cahill has been helping to heal the world: as a leading specialist in tropical medicine and as a driving force in humanitarian assistance and relief efforts across the globe. Physician, teacher, activist, diplomat, and advocate, Cahill has touched many lives and helped right many wrongs. In this book, he chronicles extraordinary achievements of compassion and commitment  .

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Imminent peril, or imminent danger, is an American legal concept where Imminent peril is "certain danger, immediate, and impending; menacingly close at hand, and threatening

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