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Video: Real Life Disease Detective Dr. Jennifer McQuiston

Categories: Disease Detectives

Watch Dr. Jennifer McQuiston as she describes her work at CDC. CDC helps to protect people all over the world from new outbreaks of viruses, foodborne diseases, and environmental hazards.

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  1. September 11, 2011 at 6:56 pm ET  -   Mary

    Thanks to Jennifer McQuiston for all her excellent work on Rocky Mtn Spotted Fever and other tick-borne illnesses. I was diagnosed with RMSF this summer, and thanks to CDC’s expertise and research, I quickly learned about the etiology, treatment, and prognosis for the disease. I was able to understand my prospects for recovery.

    Your work has impacted me and my health in a very visible way this summer…thank you!!

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  2. September 12, 2011 at 10:52 am ET  -   Jennifer McQuiston

    Mary, it is good to hear from you. Thank you so much for the kind note, and I hope you are feeling better. For others who may be interested in learning about Rocky Mountain spotted fever and other tickborne diseases, more information may be found at http://www.cdc.gov/ticks

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