Cover: Syndromic Surveillance

Syndromic Surveillance

Published in: Issues in Science and Technology, v. 21, Spring 2005, p. 49-56

Posted on Apr 1, 2005

by Michael A. Stoto

Public health officials have been quick to adopt this new tool for identifying emerging problems, but research is needed to assess its effectiveness.

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