'CLEAR AWARENESS': Keith Clark says epidemiologists have recongized the importance of geography in studying infectious diseases.
The emergence of AIDS and antibiotic-resistant bacteria has fueled a rush to reestablish monitoring programs that were practically abandoned. Previous attempts to revive an...
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