19th century public health

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1800
Miasma cause for disease (bad air)
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1831
First outbreak of cholera
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1842
Edwin Chadwicks report into the sanitary conditions of the working people
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1848
optional public health act
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1854
John snow - broad street pump
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1858
'the great stink'
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1861
pasteur's germ theory published
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1864
pasteur proves germ theory
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1867
Reform bill - working men the right to vote
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1875
compulsory public health act
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First outbreak of cholera

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1831

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Edwin Chadwicks report into the sanitary conditions of the working people

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optional public health act

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John snow - broad street pump

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