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This was a photographic portrait of public health investigative journalist and book author, Berton Roueche. As a friend to the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC), Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) founder, Dr. Alexander Langmuir, Roueche wrote extensively on the subjects of epidemiology and public health. Included in his literary works was "The New Yorker" magazine series entitled, "The Annals of Medicine", and in short stories from the series, "The Medical Detectives", which included stories of public health investigations, including “Eleven Blue Men,” “The Orange Man,” and “The Dead Mosquitoes”. Mr. Roueche also wrote many books, including "Incurable Wound," and "Annals of Epidemiology".
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