Bob Kirsch -- Medical Health Writer Editor -- Freelance
* America takes action on disease prevention-- Lancet
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America Takes on Disease Prevention
Kirsch B. 2012 Aug 25;380(9843):715-6
The USA is taking strong actions within its national disease prevention strategy, which aims to increase the number of Americans who are healthy at every stage of life. Bob Kirsch reports.
America's release of its first-ever national disease prevention strategy last year was one thing, implementing it, however, was always going to be another. But concrete steps are now being taken by the US Government in no fewer than 200 areas, say experts, while cities like Chicago and San Diego and states like Massachusetts are modelling their own, local action plans on the federal plan. …
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