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Surgeon General

Satcher, David (born 1941), Physician, Educator, Surgeon General

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Manley, Audrey Forbes (born 1934), Surgeon General, Educational Institution Official, Health Advocate, Pediatrician

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The biology of nicotine dependence: From the 1988 Surgeon General's Report to the present and into the future

 

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In the United States, the chief medical official in the US Public Health Service; the same designation applies to the chief medical officer in the armed services of the United States and several other nations that adopt the same nomenclature for medical military ranks. See http://www.surgeongeneral/gov/.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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