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Year : 1968  |  Volume : 34  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 166--169

Collaboration of the Civil and Military Authorities To Control Vd in Cantonment and Border Areas


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The fields in which the civil and military authorities can co-operate and minimise the risk in both armed and civilian population in these changing concepts of life in cantonment areas are: judicious enforcement of regulations, tracing and adequate treatment of infected individuals, clearing up the vice areas and educate the public. This will need a concerted effort on the part of civil health authorities, general practitioners and voluntary social hygiene workers and welfare associations working in close collaboration with military authorities.






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