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CDC shares its public health priorities
Sacramento Bee

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s campus in Atlanta is a like a small city in itself. The complex, adjacent to Emory University, is all modern, circular architecture, gardens and landscapes, promoting a flow of thought and no doubt, new discoveries and ideas for public health campaigns. Last week, the CDC hosted 12 Western U.S. Regional fellows and officials of the Association of Health Care Journalists – myself included – for three days of briefings and workshops identifying some of the most important public health challenges in the country: