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.

Health Officials Tracking Swine Flu Outbreak

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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