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Working to reduce parasitic diseases in the United States
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    Center for Global Health (U.S.). Division of Parasitic Diseases and Malaria.
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    Parasitic diseases not only affect people globally, they also affect many people in the United States. CDC works with partners to reduce parasitic diseases both within the United States and globally by:

    • Conducting public health surveillance to monitor disease trends to evaluate and improve programs.

    • Improving diagnostic, prevention, and disease monitoring methods through research.

    • Assisting states and health care providers with the diagnosis and treatment of patients.

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