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From the News

A Lieutenant in Eradicating
Smallpox Remembers
the General

How Dr. Donald A. Henderson, who died in August, 2016, turned a failing measles program into a first in medicine.

Donald Henderson Eradicating Smallpox New York Times Article

Time Traverl

Revisiting Historic Moments and Stories

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October 14, 1997: Presentation of the 1997 APHA Presidential Citation to Nelson Mandela, in Pretoria, South Africa (transcripts)

Mohammad N. Akhter

Mr. President, my name is Mohammad Akhter. I am the Executive Director of the American Public Health Association. I am honored to be here today.

The American Public Health Association is an organization of public health professionals.

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The History Project exists for gathering the History of Public Health and the American Public Health Association since its inception in 1872 by Dr. Stephen Smith, the founder.

Are you a member of APHA ? Are you in a State Public Health Association? Are you a member of an APHA Section, Caucus, SPIG, or Member of the Student Assembly? If so then Please REGISTER below on the green bar. You will then receive instructions so that you can post text and graphics. Are you an otherwise interested person in Public Health History and have items such as articles and photos to share? If so please subscribe and submit.

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