Tuesday, October 21, 2014 - Northern Arizona's Locally Owned Newspaper

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Influenza Poses Greater Threat than Ebola

Influenza Poses Greater Threat than Ebola

 The Ebola outbreak in West Africa and deadly diseases elsewhere in the world may infect the imagination and spread fear among observers, but Flagstaff is more susceptible to an influenza epidemic from the often preventable circulation of airborne germs. Mare Schumacher, epidemiologist at the Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD), says that while an occurrence of Ebola cannot be ruled out completely, chances are slim. “When friends tell me they...

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