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Contributors to the Production of the MMWR (Weekly) Weekly Notifiable Disease Morbidity Data and 122 Cities Mortality Data
Samuel L. Groseclose, D.V.M., M.P.H.
State Support Team Robert Fagan Jose Aponte Paul Gangarosa, M.P.H. Gerald Jones David Nitschke Carol A. Worsham
CDC Operations Team Carol M. Knowles Deborah A. Adams Willie J. Anderson Fredrick Browder Patsy A. Hall Kathryn Snavely