CDC's partnership with poison control centers
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      CDC works with poison centers to protect the nation from public health threats. Roughly every 8 minutes, call data from poison centers across the country are uploaded to a national reporting database and electronic surveillance system called the National Poison Data System (NPDS). CDC and the American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC) use the database to improve surveillance of chemical exposures and public health hazards. CDC and AAPCC scientists monitor NPDS every day, watching for any data anomalies that may represent incidents of potential public health significance such as outbreaks of illness. They are ready to spring into action to assist with further activities such as surveillance and/or conducting a public health investigation if needed. Publication date from document properties. poisoncontrolfacftsheet_508.pdf
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