NPR Profiles Work Of CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service

NPR: When A Mystery Outbreak Strikes, Who You Gonna Call?
“…At the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there’s a group of doctors. They call themselves the Epidemic Intelligence Service. They’re basically disease detectives, and they’ve developed this reputation around the world as the team local health officials can turn to when faced with a mysterious outbreak…” (Beaubien, 5/4).

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