The Global Threat of New and Reemerging Infectious Diseases: Reconciling U.S. National Security and Public Health Policy

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
This report and the work it represents were made possible by the generous support of RAND and, particularly, by the leadership of Brent Bradley, Stephen Rattien, and James Thomson.The authors wish to express their thanks to Michael Stoto of RAND and Paul Smith of the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, both of whom provided highly useful and insightful comments on the draft version of this study. A special debt of appreciation is also owed to Matt Wheeler, whose excellent research assistance at RAND was integral to the timely completion of the report.The authors have benefited from numerous discussions with representatives from the U.S. government at all levels as well as government and academic representatives in South Africa. We would like to acknowledge specifically the time spent by the following individuals:
Patty Quinlisk, M.D., M.P.H., Medical Director and State Epidemiologist for the Iowa Department of Health
Colonel Benedict Diniega, M.D., Program Director, Preventive Medicine and Surveillance, Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense
Samantha Willan, Health Economics and HIV/AIDS Research Division, University of Natal, South Africa
Dr. John Porter, Department of Infectious and Tropical Diseases, London, School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom

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