Infectious Diseases

  • John L. Randall


It should come as no surprise that critical discoveries regarding the epidemiology and patterns of disease have been made by family physicians who have correlated knowledge of the inner workings of the Community with a keen ability of Observation and meticulous record keeping to provide original scientific contribution.


Herpes Simplex Respiratory Syncytial Virus Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection Carrier State Rheumatic Fever 


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