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Patients now seek advice from physicians on appropriate medical precautions to take for a spectrum of travel that can range from staying at a four-star hotel in Mexico City to being a Peace Corps volunteer in an unknown country. While relevant disease facts are available free from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization, and the State Department, they are difficult to locate, voluminous, and disorganized.
In recent years, imaginative physicians have used computers to organize these
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