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CDC Program Awards $200M in Battle Against Infectious Disease

05:45 EDT 7 Aug 2017 | PharmPro

CDC invests more than $200 million to help states respond to infectious disease threats. The furs include $77 million dedicated to combat existing and emerging antibiotic resistance.
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