CDC -- emerging and zoonotic infectious diseases : FY 2017 President’s budget request : $629 million
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CDC -- emerging and zoonotic infectious diseases : FY 2017 President’s budget request : $629 million
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    10/25/2016

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    • Every year, over 2 million people develop antibiotic-resistant infections. At least 23,000 peopledieasaresult. • One in 25 hospitalized patients contract healthcare-associated Infections. • Each year, about 70,000 refugees and 500,000 immigrants come to the United States from around the world needing pre-entry screenings and vaccinations. • An estimated 1 in 6 Americans are sickened by pathogens found in contaminated food each year. These 48 million illnesses are estimated to cost $15.6 billion dollars annually. • 1.7 million suspected and confirmed cases of the Chikungunya virus reported from 45 countries and territories in the Western Hemisphere. Evidence of Zika virus transmission has been found in the U.S. in Puerto Rico and many other countries in the Americas. Publication date from document properties. ezid-factsheet.pdf
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