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Publication Date: 2000
Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
McDade, Joseph E.
Contents: Using a spatial filter & GIS to improve rabies surveillance data; food-related illness & death in the U.S.; infections associated with eating seed sprouts; human Ehrlichioses in the U.S.; West Nile Fever -- a reemerging mosquito-borne viral disease in Europe; morphologic & molecular characterization of new Cyclospora species from Ethiopian Monkeys; economic impact of Pandemic Influenza in the U.S.; influence of host genetics on the severity of Coccidioidomycosis; abscesses due to Mycobacterius abscesses linked to Injection of unapproved alternative medication; & tracking drug-resistant streptococcus pneumonia in Oregon.McDade, Joseph E. is the author of 'Tracking Trends and Analyzing New and Reemerging Infectious Disease Issues Around the World', published 2000 under ISBN 9780788186066 and ISBN 078818606X.
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