Agricultural Medicine represents a benchmark in the evolution of a
concept begun in South Carolina over two decades ago called agromedicine.
Several faculty members at two state-supported universities in South Carolina needed a shortened name for our closer partnership between the land
grant campus of Clemson University and the Medical University of South
Carolina at Charleston. In 1983 the agromedicine program was only an idea:
how to provide an innovative public service program to benefit farmers and
farm families with the most useful information on health, safety, nutrition,
and preventive medicine. The new term agromedicine connotes an update of
the traditional terms agricultural health and safety and agricultural medicine.
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