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LONDON - The potential danger of future epidemics and pandemics of influenza could be reduced thanks to an on-line survey being conducted by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Ellen Brooks-Pollock and Ken Eames explain how their mathematical models of the spread and severity of 'flu can help provide predictive information needed to protect the public in the future and be more prepared for emergencies such as the 2009 "swine 'flu" pandemic.
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