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In this post I want to address disease control opportunities for EIS officers, many of which are detailed in “Inside the Outbreaks: One of the first things we learned about on joining the EIS was John Snow’s determination that an outbreak of cholera in London was attributable to contamination of the water from the Broad…

Epidemiology Superheroes

Liz Borkowski writes: Mark Pendergrast’s Inside the Outbreaks: The Elite Medical Detectives of the Epidemic Intelligence Service is a fast-paced tour through nearly six decades of epidemiology achievements by this relatively small program of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It’s a fast and fascinating read, and its episodic structure makes it an easy…