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Notice to Readers Vaccines for International Travel Satellite Videoconference

Vaccines for International Travel, a satellite videoconference, will be broadcast live to sites nationwide over the Public Health Training Network from CDC in Atlanta on March 8, 1996, from 12 noon until 3:30 p.m. eastern standard time. Toll-free telephone lines will be available for participants to ask questions about travel vaccination. The course is aimed at persons who are responsible for providing health care to international travelers. Additional information is available from state immunization coordinators or from Pam Reese, University of North Carolina School of Public Health, telephone (919) 966-1104; e-mail

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