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The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is one of the busiest places on the planet. It has been in operation, educating public health officials and doctors, conducting research and saving millions of lives, for 100 years. As part of its centennial commemorations, the staff at Bloomberg compiled a list of 100 objects that shaped public health over the last century. We go over some of them — from the obvious to the obscure — with our health contributor, Dr. John Cmar of Sinai Hospital.
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