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Notices to Readers Second Conference on International Travel Medicine

The Second Conference on International Travel Medicine will be held May 9-12, 1991, in Atlanta. The conference will be cosponsored by the World Health Organization (Geneva), the World Tourism Organization (Madrid), the Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta), the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and CDC.

The program will focus on health risks for travelers; health aspects for temporary residents; acquired immunodeficiency syndrome; sexually transmitted diseases; vaccine-preventable diseases; malaria; travelers' diarrhea, respiratory diseases, and other infections; individual preventive measures; vaccines, immune globulins, and chemoprophylaxis; noninfectious diseases; jet lag and motion sickness; psychologic aspects of travel; substance abuse; injuries; health promotion for travelers; environmental health aspects; illness and medical care abroad; self-diagnosis and self-treatment; medical evacuation; and travelers' clinics.

Inquiries should be addressed to Hans O. Lobel, M.D., Division of Parasitic Diseases, Center for Infectious Diseases, Mailstop F12, CDC, Atlanta, GA 30333; FAX number (404) 488-4427. The deadline for submission of abstracts and early registration is December 1, 1990.

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