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Table 1. COMPARATIVE DATA FOR CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DBEASES: UNITED STATES
(Numbers after diseases are category numbers of the Sixth Revision of the International Lists, 1948)
Reported in Pemsylvania.
Deductions: New Mexdco, veeks ended August 22 and September 26, 1 case each; Haine, veek ended October 3, 1 case; Indima, veek, ended November 7, 1 case.
Saddition: North Caroline, veek ended November 7, 1 case.
SOURCE AND NATURE OF DATA
These provisional data are based on reports from State and territorial health departments to the Public Health Service. They give the total number of cases of certain communicable diseases reported during the week usually ended the preceding
Saturday. When the diseases which rarely occur (cholera, dengue, plague, typhus fever-epidemic, and yellow fever) are reported, they will be noted under the table above.
Symbols. -1 dash.[-]: no cases reported; asterisk (*] : disease stated not notifiable; parentheses,  : data not included in total; 3 dashes [---] : data not available.
Table 2. CASES OF SPECIFIED DEEASES WITH COMPARATIVE DATA: UNIT ED STATES,
EACH DIVISION AND STATE FOR WEEK ENDED NOVEMBER 14, 1953
(Numbers under diseases are category numbers of the Sixth Revision of the International Lists, 1948)
Table 2. CASES OF SPECIFIED DISEASES WITH COMPARATIVE DATA: UNITED STATES,
EACH DIVISION AND STATE FOR WEEK ENDED NOVEMBER 14, 1953 - Continued
Table 3. CASES OF SPECIFIED DISEASES: SELECTED CITIES FOR WEEK ENDED
NOVEMBER 14, 1953
EAST NORTH CENTRAL
WEST NORTH CENTRAL
Anthraz; Philadelphia, 2 casos.