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New Technology Used to Track US Flu Outbreaki
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January 14, 2013 12:38 AM
As influenza season peaks in the United States, one researcher is working to bring the public into tracking the epidemic. Using new technology, he may be able to provide public health officials with useful information more quickly than the usual methods. And he is applying the new tools to study disease outbreaks around the world. VOA's Steve Baragona has more from Boston.

New Technology Used to Track US Flu Outbreak

Published January 13, 2013

As influenza season peaks in the United States, one researcher is working to bring the public into tracking the epidemic. Using new technology, he may be able to provide public health officials with useful information more quickly than the usual methods. And he is applying the new tools to study disease outbreaks around the world. VOA's Steve Baragona has more from Boston.


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