Lyme disease surveillance summary volume 4, no. 1, January 1993
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      Education has a high priority in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Lyme Disease Program. More than 25% of the Program’s nearly $2.7 million in Cooperative Agreement funds are spent annually for public education about this tick-transmitted disease. Cooperative Agreement projects with state and local health departments, universities, and private, non-profit foundations are now in the second year of funding, and a number of educational materials developed through these projects are available for distribution, or will be available by the 1993 Lyme disease transmission season. The audiences targeted by these materials range from young children to adults. In addition to materials for the lay public, special presentations for educators and health care providers are also being developed. Educational materials currently or soon to be made available are listed below grouped by their target audience. A telephone listing of institutional source is provided for obtaining information on cost, availability, and other particulars of materials developed through Cooperative Agreement projects.
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