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a pathological condition of mind or body

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A major focus of his research is implementation of Bayesian spatial modeling and prediction to enhance planning of real-world, large-scale tropical infectious disease control programs.
These include inadequate surveillance and response systems, destroyed infrastructure, collapsed health systems and disruption of disease control programs, and infection control practices even more inadequate than those in resource-poor settings, as well as ongoing insecurity and poor coordination among humanitarian agencies.
Shirley Fannin, director of the department's disease control programs, told the Daily News the county could not afford the study.
While the Government continues to give priority to national disease control programs, several bilateral and multilateral donor agencies have stepped in to offer considerable assistance to some of them," notes Reddy.
Now with CDPR's approval for soil applications, growers will have even more options to improve their disease control programs," Blair concludes.
Dr Brooker is an infectious disease epidemiologist with a special interest in the geographic distribution of parasitic diseases and in the targeting, implementation, and evaluation of disease control programs in resource-poor countries.
Shirley Fannin, director of disease control programs for the county Department of Health Services, catches the virus.
The drug is expected be a key tool for India's National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP), which aims to rid the country of VL by 2010, and disease control programs in other VL-endemic countries.
It is already being successfully integrated into disease control programs in other regions of the US and abroad, resulting in increased quality and yields for growers.
Unlike traditional communicable disease control programs, community telephone survey efforts, such as BRFSS, were not created for immediate response, and therefore their use in this context has some limitations.