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November 4, 2005
Hurricane Katrina and fears about the Avian Flu have prompted many cities and states to ponder what they would do if an emergency struck close to home. In Minnesota, there’s help thanks to a $2.7 million federal grant to the University of Minnesota. The grant allows University nursing and public health experts, such as program director Carol O’Boyle, to educate and train health care workers in emergency preparedness.
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