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|The Economist, Apr 20th 2013, Pre-empting pandemics: An ounce of prevention. As new viruses emerge in China and the Middle East, the world is poorly prepared for a global pandemic, Bangkok and New York|
|BMJ, July 05, 2011, Disease Tracker - Why do many of the world's emerging diseases, including SARS and H1N1, emerge from the same corner of South East Asia? Ed Yong investigates what's special about the area and international efforts to stop these deadly diseases in their tracks before they go global. Ed Yong. BMJ 2011;343:d4117 doi: 10.1136/bmj.d4117|
|ProMED-mail and ONE HEALTH. One Health Newsletter. Vol. 3, Issue 1, Winter 2010; 6-9. Woodall, J., Madoff, L., Bodenheimer, A., Cowen, P., Damrongwatanapokin, T., Ekue, E., Garland, T., Hugh-Jones, M., Shimshony, A., Yuill, .T||PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 5(5), 31 May 2011, A New Approach to Monitoring Dengue Activity. Lawrence C. Madoff, David N. Fisman, and Taha Kass-Hout.|
|AAAS Annual Meeting 20 Feb 2011, Panel Session:"One Health: From ideas to implementation, rhetoric to reality". Participants: Larry Madoff, Stanley Maloy, Tracey S. McNamara, and Stephen S. Morse.|
|Parliment Magazine 7 Feb 2011, Health watch: Larry Madoff reviews the recent international meeting on emerging diseases and surveillance|
|New York Times 26 July 2010, PMM referenced in "Rabies: United Nations Adds a New Web Site to Its Arsenal in Fight Against Rabies" by Science and Health reporter Donald G. McNeil Jr.|
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Science Times Denise Grady lists ProMED-mail as a "Favorite Health Resource"
|Environment News Service
- 5 May 2008
"Mapping Wildlife Diseases May Help Prevent Their Spread"
|NPR Radio - 26 Jan
Interview with L. Madoff:Talk of the Nation, "An Early Warning System for Disease Outbreaks"
|Los Angeles Times - 13 January
"Website for the germ-obsessed" Article by Judith Miller
|Wired.com - 19 October
"Get Your Daily Plague Forecast" by Seán Captain
|Nature News Feature
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