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" Farr on this point, it can be shown that the direct pecuniary loss to this country on account of preventable sickness and mortality is certainly over $100,000,000 annually, and this without taking into account expenditures incurred on account of sickness,... "
Proceedings of The...reunion... - Page 63
1886
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Cyclopędia of the Practice of Medicine, Volume 18

Hugo Ziemssen, Albert Henry Buck, George Livingston Peabody - Medicine - 1879
...value varies greatly. Accepting either the calculations of Dr. Jarvis or of Dr. Farr on this point, it can be shown that the direct pecuniary loss to...over $100,000,000 annually, and this without taking into account expenditures incurred on account of sickness, etc., or the unusual losses due to great...
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Transactions of The Indiana State Medical Association, Issue 30

Indiana State Medical Association - Medicine - 1880
...and the lowering of the rate of mortality involve questions of the greatest pecuniary importance. " Accepting either the calculations of Dr. Jarvis or...$100,000,000 annually, and this without taking account of expenditures incurred on account of sickness, or the unusual losses due to great epidemics, both from...
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Transactions of the Indiana State Medical Society, Volume 30

Medicine - 1880
...and the lowering of the rate of mortality involve questions of the greatest pecuniary importance. " Accepting either the calculations of Dr. Jarvis or...$100,000,000 annually, and this without taking account of expenditures incurred on account of sickness, or the unusual losses due to great epidemics, both from...
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The Cincinnati Lancet and Clinic, Volume 12; Volume 51

Medicine - 1884
...this value varies greatly. Accepting either the calculation of Dr. Jarvis or Dr. Farr on this point, it can be shown that the direct pecuniary loss to this country from preventible sickness and mortatlity is certainly over $100,000,000 annually, and a recent epidemic...
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Annual Report, Volume 5

New York (State) - 1886
...pecuniary value to the community of a human life, Billings calculated from the census returns of 1870, " that the direct pecuniary loss to this country on...over $100,000,000 annually, and this, without taking into account expenditures incurred on account of sickness,* etc., or the unusual losses due to great...
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Annual Report of the State Board of Health of the State of Kansas, Volume 2

Kansas State Board of Health - 1887
...calculations of Doctor Jarvis or Doctor Farr, it can be shown that the direct pecuniary loss to the country on account of preventable sickness and mortality...epidemics, both from waste of life and injury to commerce." Public health is public wealth, "but more than this if governments are instituted among men" to secure...
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Annual Report of the State Board of Health of the State of Kansas, Volume 3

Kansas State Board of Health - Public health - 1888
...Jarvis or Dr. Farr, authorities on the subject, it can be shown that the direct pecuniary loss to the country on account of preventable sickness and mortality...$100,000,000 annually, and this without taking account of expenditures incurred on account of sickness, or the unusual loss due to great epidemics, both from...
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Monographs on American Social Economics, Volumes 16-20

United States. Commission to the Paris Exposition, 1900 - 1900
...sense, including sociology, rather than with physiology merely, as some writers state. He further says: It can be shown that the direct pecuniary loss to...over $100,000,000, annually, and this without taking into account expenditures incurred on account of sickness, etc., or the unusual losses due to great...
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Transaction, Volume 22

Texas Medical Association - Medicine - 1900
...Social Economics" prepared for the US Commission to the Paris Exposition, 1900.} ' Billings adds: "* * * The direct pecuniary loss to this country on account...preventable sickness and mortality is certainly over $100.000,000 annually, without taking into account expenditures incurred on account of sickness, etc.,...
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Transactions of the Texas State Medical Association, Volume 32

1900
...Social Economics" prepared for the US Commission to the Paris Exposition, 1900.} Billings adds: "* * * The direct pecuniary loss to this country on account...preventable sickness and mortality is certainly over $100.000,000 annually, without taking into account expenditures incurred on account of sickness, etc.,...
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