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The Infectious Etiology of Chronic Diseases: Defining the Relationship, Enhancing the Research, and Mitigating the Effects - Workshop Summary
Testing the reliability of the causal relationship: Considering genetic and environmental susceptibility
Mikhail Pletnikov, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
DNA sequence analysis of a stealth-adapted simian cytomegalovirus
W. John Martin, Center for Complex Infectious Diseases
Development of vaccines to prevent chronic disease
P. Helena Mäkelä, National Public Health Institute, Helsinki, Finland
Integrating epidemiology, laboratory research, and surveillance
Siobhán O’Connor, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Session VIDiscussion Panel: The Next Steps for the Healthcare Community
Panel members, Forum members, and the audience will comment on and respond to considerations such as the role of industry and academic research in developing treatments; the implications for the health care and prevention community in detecting and treating these diseases; and the benefits of managing acute infections vs. chronic diseases—the argument for vaccines and antimicrobials.
Kathryn Carbone, FDA, Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research
Thomas Shinnick, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention