It was yet unclear which strains had been identified in Mexico, but the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control said the "novel" A/H1N1 influenza identified in at least two of the recent cases by US counterparts might have a risk of developing into a pandemic-type virus.
What does ECDPC stand for?
ECDPC stands for European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
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We have 1 other meaning of ECDPC in our Acronym Attic
- Eco Depot Inc.
- Entreprise de Courses et de Distribution de Proximité (French shipping company)
- Erie Center for Design and Preservation (Erie, PA)
- Erie County Democratic Party (Pennsylvania)
- Erie County Department of Planning (Erie, PA)
- Essex Coalition of Disabled People (UK)
- Ethiopian Community Development Program (Washington, DC)
- European Cities on Drug Policy
- European Conference on Developmental Psychology (various locations)
- East Coast Durga Puja Association (New York)
- European Centre for Development Policy Management
- Église Catholique de Québec (French: Catholic Church of Quebec; Canada)
- Entropy Coded Dithered Quantization
- Entropy Coded Dithered-Lattice Quantizer
- École de Conduite Dubois-Rovelli (French driving school)
- Electric City Dirt Riders (Montana)
- Electronic Cohort Default Rate (student financial aid software)
- Electronic Controlled Drug Register
- Enhanced Call Detail Record
- Enzymatically-Controlled Drug Release (pharmaceutical products)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Scientific Advice Unit, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, 2008 This guidance lays down the scientific basis for the potential introduction of human papilloma-virus (HPV) vaccines in order to help European Union Member States make policy choices.
It consisted of the following persons: David Bell, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (coordinator); Angus Nicoll, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, Stockholm, Sweden, and Health Protection Agency, London, United Kingdom (working group chair); Keiji Fukuda, WHO, Geneva, Switzerland; Peter Horby, WHO, Hanoi, Vietnam; and Arnold Monte, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.
This experience will be very useful in the continued discussion on the development of a European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control since the task force can be seen as a precursor to this centre, albeit in a narrow area of activity.
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control said the "novel" A/H1N1 influenza identified in at least two of the recent cases by US counterparts might have a risk of developing into a pandemic-type virus.