CDC Guidance Focuses on SARS Preparedness

January 2004
Professional Safety;Jan2004, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
Reports on the issuance of a draft public health document furnished by the U.S. Department of Health Centers for Disease Control regarding preventive guidelines for a possible outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome. Proposed framework and strategy for disease management and emergency response; Computer network resource for the document.


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