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Volume 16, Number 11—November 2010

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Comparison of Survey Methods in Norovirus Outbreak Investigation, Oregon, USA, 2009

John Y. OhComments to Author , June E. Bancroft, Margaret C. Cunningham, William E. Keene, Sheryl B. Lyss, Paul R. Cieslak, and Katrina Hedberg
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (J.Y. Oh, S.B. Lyss); Oregon Public Health Division, Portland, Oregon, USA (J.Y. Oh, J.E. Bancroft, M.C. Cunningham, W.E. Keene, P.R. Cieslak, K. Hedberg)

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Comparison of epidemic curves in Internet-based survey (n = 23) (A) and telephone-based survey (n = 13) (B) for ill participants in September 2009 bicycle ride, Oregon, USA.

Figure 2. Comparison of epidemic curves in Internet-based survey (n = 23) (A) and telephone-based survey (n = 13) (B) for ill participants in September 2009 bicycle ride, Oregon, USA.

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