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Fifth National Forum on AIDS, Hepatitis, and Other Bloodborne Diseases

The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, in collaboration with CDC and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, will cosponsor the Fifth National Forum on AIDS, Hepatitis, and Other Bloodborne Diseases March 29-April 1, 1992, in Atlanta. The forum will emphasize the integration of scientific knowledge with public and health-care policy in three major areas: 1) epidemiology of bloodborne diseases and their agents; 2) occupational and patient safety--risk assessment and prevention of bloodborne infections; and 3) diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventive approaches to bloodborne diseases.

Additional information is available from the forum secretariat: SYMEDCO, Two Research Way, Princeton, NJ 08540; telephone (609) 452-7100, ext. 287; fax (609) 452-1564.

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