(a) This part applies to grants under section 419 of the Act (42 U.S.C. 285b–1) for projects to:
(1) Demonstrate and evaluate the effectiveness of new techniques or procedures for the
prevention and control of heart, blood vessel, lung, and blood diseases, with special
consideration given to the prevention and control of these diseases in children, and
in populations that are at increased risk with respect to such diseases;
(2) Develop and evaluate methods of educating health practitioners concerning the prevention
and control of these diseases; and
(3) Develop and evaluate methods of educating the public concerning the prevention and
control of these diseases.
(b) For purposes of this part, prevention and control projects shall include community-based
and population-based programs carried out in cooperation with other Federal agencies,
with public health agencies of State or local governments, with nonprofit private
entities that are community-based health agencies, or with other appropriate public
or nonprofit private entities.
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