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Volume 4, Number 3—September 1998
THEME ISSUE
ICEID 1998

About Emerging Infectious Diseases

Health Policy Implications of Emerging Infections

Karen Hein
Author affiliation: Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., USA

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Figure 1

Estimated annual direct and indirect costs for selected sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and their complications in 1994 versus national public investment in STD prevention and research in federal fiscal year 1995 (4).

Figure 1. Estimated annual direct and indirect costs for selected sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and their complications in 1994 versus national public investment in STD prevention and research in federal fiscal year 1995 (4).

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