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World Pneumonia Day 2011-2016: Twitter contents and retweets.

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Summary of "World Pneumonia Day 2011-2016: Twitter contents and retweets."

Twitter is used for World Pneumonia Day (WPD; November 12) communication. We evaluate if themes of #pneumonia tweets were associated with retweet frequency.

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