THE SOCIAL BACKGROUND OF VENEREAL DISEASE: A REPORT ON AN EXPERIMENT IN CONTACT TRACING AND AN INVESTIGATION INTO SOCIAL CONDITIONS
TYNESIDE EXPERIMENTAL SCHEME IN VENEREAL DISEASE CONTROL OCTOBER 1943 TO MARCH 1944*
*Reproduced by kind permission of the officers of the Tyneside Scheme, with the omision of Section 2, the information in which is contained in the article by Miss H. M. Johns on page 17.
In a footnote to the report the term, contact, is defined as “one from whom infection has, or may possibly have been acquired, or one to whom infection has, or may have been, or may in future be transmitted”.
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