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Prevention and control of coronary heart disease and stroke - Nomenclature for prevention approaches in public health - A statement for public health practice from the centers for disease control and prevention



Prevention and control of coronary heart disease and stroke - Nomenclature for prevention approaches in public health - A statement for public health practice from the centers for disease control and prevention



American Journal of Preventive Medicine 29(5, Suppl. 1): 152-157



Successful prevention and control of coronary heart disease and stroke requires extensive collaboration and strategic partnerships with many health and non-health-related organizations and agencies in the voluntary, public, and private sectors. To assure a common language and purpose and to facilitate communication in these multiple settings, a simplified classification of prevention levels for public health practice is essential.

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