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Henry Blackburn is among the few remaining principal investigators of the Seven Countries Study team that focused on the relation of heart attacks to the eating and activity patterns in contrasting populations of men in strenuous occupations like farming, fishing, and logging in the United States, Finland, the Netherlands, and Japan, Greece, Italy, and Yugoslavia.
Since retiring in 1995, Blackburn has devoted much of his time to writing and compiling a comprehensive archive and history of CVD epidemiology and preventive cardiology. His own and others' documents, abstracts of early studies, oral histories of pioneering researchers, photos, videos, and audio clips are available on a wideranging website.