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Jack Woodall jack.woodall at wadsworth.org
Mon Oct 7 11:18:30 EST 1996

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A central goal of ProMED is to establish a direct partnership among
scientists concerned with emerging infectious diseases in all parts of the
world; building the appropriate networks to encourage communicating and
sharing information is a key objective. Reporting of incidents or outbreaks,
infectious disease problems of emerging interest, and discussions on how to
improve surveillance and response capabilities (including needs at the local
level) are especially encouraged.

ProMED-mail invites and welcomes the participation of all interested colleagues,
whether or not they are health workers.

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We welcome your participation in ProMED, and invite your support of ProMED's
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For further information on FAS ProMED:     For questions on the FAS ProMED
Dr. Stephen S. Morse                       electronic network:
Chair, FAS ProMED                          Dr. Jack Woodall
The Rockefeller University                 FAS ProMED List Moderator
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