Robert Kim-Farley

Director of Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, LA County Department of Health Services

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Director of Communicable Disease Control and Prevention for the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services and Professor of Epidemiology at the UCLA School of Public Health

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The number of confirmed  Swine Flu  cases more than doubled today in the US, increasing concern about how to deal with the outbreak.

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