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CDC

See: Commonwealth Development Corp

Commonwealth Development Corporation

An international aid organization established by the British government after the Second World War to aid in post-war development. It has since been partially privatized and assists in international development in various parts of the world. See also: DFID.
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Most recently, CDC Games announced its plans to expand outside of China through a previously announced agreement to invest in Gorilla Banana, an innovative online games publisher in Korea, Gorilla Banana will launch its first game, the much anticipated Red Blood, a free-to-play MMORPG (massive multiplayer online role-playing game) based on an immensely popular comic book series in Korea, in 2008.
What have not changed are the unique links between epidemiology and multiple other disciplines and between science and practice that keep CDC on the "speed dial" of every state and local public health official, every World Health Organization representative, and every minister of health worldwide.
Over the last 40 years, the percentage of people with high cholesterol dropped more among overweight or obese than among leaner Americans, CDC researchers reported.
Documented VZV infection may cause significant morbidity or mortality, affecting the mother, the fetus, or the newborn (Arvin 1996; CDC 1996, 1997, 2005; Harger etal.
The CDC press office would not be functioning the way it had been," recalls Robert J.
As the only federal agency headquartered outside Washington, the CDC can go for years without earning much public attention.
As we continue to strengthen our core competencies, CDC brings expertise in the important areas of data warehousing, database marketing and data analysis," adds Smith.
But state and federal agencies often view CDC recommendations and guidelines as indicating good standards of practice.
Even AIDS, though incurable, could generally be avoided by eschewing certain activities; contrary to the impression created by the CDC itself, it never threatened to sweep through the general population.
There may be other cases, but the evidence is that this is extremely rare,'' said Patrick Sullivan, a CDC epidemiologist who chronicled the case in today's issue of Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.
ATLANTA -- CDC Software, a wholly owned subsidiary of CDC Corporation (NASDAQ: CHINA) and a provider of industry-specific enterprise software applications and business services, announced today that three leading food manufacturers have selected its MVI real-time performance management (RPM) suite of applications in December of 2006, just two months after CDC Software acquired the business.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and 2) amendment to CDC quarantine regulations (42 CFR Parts 70 and 71).