None of the rodents captured in Chihuahua (n = 9), Coahuila (n = 16), Guanajuato (n = 8), Oaxaca (n = 64), Puebla (n = 15), Sinaloa (n = 9), Sonora (n = 22), or Tlaxcala (n = 16) were antibody-positive to CADV
care staff will use a secure, two-way broadband IP data connection and a modem provided by Comcast to share personalized, non-emergency healthcare reminders and educational information with patients in a familiar, intuitive and interactive video-rich manner through the patient's television set.
Toward that end, the CADV
began its efforts to address the issue by forming a study and policy workgroup consisting of representatives from the courts, child protective services (CPS), victim advocates, and law enforcement.
Comcast Corporation supported the pilot study by providing a secure IP data connection that enabled patients participating in the study to communicate with CADV
interactively and receive personalized information through their home television.