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While being cautious not to assume that the sanitary and health dynamics of developed and contemporary developing nations are uniform in their trajectory, it is beneficial to observed commonalities in progression and adaptation of lifesaving public health interventions. This is with the hope of finding evidence of successes that worked over the years and that can be modified and made applicable within contemporary low income contexts. PUBLIC HEALTH TRAJECTORY IN THE DEVELOPED WORLD Reoccurring cycles of industrialization, chaotic urbanization and sanitation-related disease outbreaks in 19th century’s developed countries served to socialize the connection between public health and the environment among the general populace.
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