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Division of Surveillance and Disease Control

West Virginia EPI-LOG
Statewide Disease Facts & Comparisons

First Quarter 2008 Second Quarter 2008 Third Quarter 2008 Fourth Quarter 2008
First Quarter 2007  Second Quarter 2007   Third Quarter 2007 Fourth Quarter 2007
First Quarter 2006 Second Quarter 2006  Third Quarter 2006 Fourth Quarter 2006
First Quarter 2005 Second Quarter  2005 Third Quarter 2005 Fourth Quarter 2005
First Quarter 2004 Second Quarter  2004 Third Quarter 2004 Fourth Quarter 2004
First Quarter 2003 Second Quarter 2003 Third Quarter 2003 Fourth Quarter 2003
First Quarter 2002 Second Quarter 2002 Third Quarter 2002 Fourth Quarter 2002
First Quarter 2001 Second Quarter 2001 Third Quarter 2001 Fourth Quarter 2001

 

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Issues

Index

Third Quarter 2007

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  • Drug-Resistant TB

  • West Virginia Infectious Disease Conference Details

  • 2006-2007 Flu Season Summary

Second Quarter 2007

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  • Grilling Safety - Foodborne Illness
  • Mid-year HIV/AIDS Surveillance
  • 2007 Mosquito Surveillance Plan
First Quarter 2007

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  • West Virginia Helps Evaluate Meningitis Vaccine
  • Summary of Infectious Disease Outbreaks in West Virginia 2006

Fourth Quarter 2006

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  • Revised Rule In Effect for Reportable Diseases
  • 2006 Year-End HIV/AIDS Surveillance
  • Norovirus Outbreak Guidelines

Third Quarter 2006

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  • Objectives for the coming flu season
  • Flu surveillance for 2005-2006
  • Reportable disease surveillance update

Second Quarter 2006

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  • Poison ivy FAQ
  • Fist-half 2006 reportable disease data
  • Mid-year HIV/AIDS surveillance
  • 2006 West Virginia Conference on Infectious Disease

First Quarter 2006

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  • Assessing the needs and health of Katrina refugees
  • 2005 West Virginia Tuberculosis Profile
  • Rotavirus vaccine recommended for approval

Fourth Quarter 2005

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  • World AIDS Day restrospective
  • Oral rabies vacination project update
  • 2005 Year-End HIV/AIDS surveillance data

Third Quarter 2005

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  • 2004-2005 Summary of Influenza in West Virginia
  • Tuberculosis: The light at the end of the tunnel

Second Quarter 2005

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  • Fatal infant Pertusis case
  • FAQ: The Youth Peer Education Project
  • Hantavirus cases in Randolph County
  • Mid-Year HIV/AIDS surveillance
  • STD ad awards

First Quarter 2005

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  • New Menigococcal vaccine licensed
  • WV Cancer Registry helps CDC audit of hematological disorders

Third Quarter 2004

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  • Outdoor rabies vaccination effort continues
  • LaCrosse encephalitis in West Virginia
  • WV Immunization Program and WV-CHIP, working together
  • Improving arboviral surveillance
  • Mid-year HIV/AIDS surveillance update

Second Quarter 2004

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  • Outdoor rabies vaccination effort marks third year
  • Promoting hep B vaccination for infants
  • Gastroenteritis outbreak in Mason County

First Quarter 2004

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  • West Nile in West Virginia, 2003
  • 2003 Outbreak Retrospective
  • Year-End HIV/AIDS Surveillance

Fourth Quarter 2003

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  • The West Virginia Statewide Immunization Information System
  • History & Purpose of WVSIIS
  • Improving Access to WVSIIS
  • Why an Immunization Registry?
  • Benefits of WVSIIS
  • Regional WVSIIS Meetings

Third Quarter 2003

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  • Possible Cancer Clusters in WV
  • 2002-2003 Flu Retrospective
  • Mid-Year HIV/AIDS Surveillance

Second Quarter 2003

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  • New Immunization Certificates
  • March 24: World TB Day
  • Mosquito Control Tips
  • West Nile: Q&A for Physicians
  • Cancer Registry Honor

First Quarter 2003

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  • Bioterrorism Preparedness
  • A Smallpox Scenario
  • The Lessons of Norwalk
  • Year-End HIV/AIDS Surveillance
  • West Nile War Stories

Fourth Quarter 2002

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  • 2002 West Virginia Conference on Infectious Diseases
  • Six-Month Gonorrhea Surge
  • Understanding Global AIDS
  • 2002-2003 Flu Vaccine: FAQ

Third Quarter 2002

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  • West Nile Hits West Virginia
  • HIV Counseling Classes
  • Focus on Colorectal Cancer
  • Mid-Year HIV/AIDS Surveillance
  • Chickenpox Vaccine Storage

Second Quarter 2002

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  • A Million Immunizations (and Counting)
  • National STD Prevention Conference
  • Hepatitis C Frequently Asked Questions

First Quarter 2002

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  • Revising Vaccination Schedule
  • West Nile Virus Surveillance
  • Hepatitis C in Prison Project
  • 2001 STD Statistics Mixed
  • Year-End HIV/AIDS Surveillance
  • CDC Oral Pharyngeal Cancer Study

Fourth Quarter 2001

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  • Anthrax Frequently Asked Questions
  • Influenza Surveillance in West Virginia: 2000-2001 Season
  • E. coli O157:H7 Fact Sheet

Third Quarter 2001

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  • 20 Years of HIV/AIDS in the U.S.
  • New Rabies Director for DSDC
  • Food Safety for the Elderly
  • Epi-Log Moving to New Format
  • Mid-Year HIV/AIDS Update

Second Quarter 2001

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  • Lyme Disease Prevention
  • West Virginia Cancer Report Available
  • Immunization Registry Facts
  • Epi-Log Moving to New Format
  • Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
  • Summertime and Salmonella

First Quarter 2001

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  • Teen Awareness of HIV/AIDS
  • Disease Surveillance Improves
  • West Virginia Immunization Program Launches Website
  • Year-End HIV/AIDS Statistics
  • New AIDS and STD Program Director
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State of West Virginia (WV)
West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR)
Bureau for Public Health (BPH)
Office of Epidemiology and Health Promotion (OEHP)
Division of Surveillance and Disease Control (DSDC)
Infectious Disease Epidemiology Program (IDEP)
A-Z Listing of West Virginia's Reportable Diseases

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