TCDC

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AcronymDefinition
TCDCThailand Creative Design Center (Bangkok, Thailand)
TCDCTechnical Cooperation among Developing Countries (UNDP Special Unit for TCDC, SU/TCDC; set up in 1974)
TCDCTexas Cancer Data Center
TCDCToyota Child Development Center (Bright Horizons Family Solutions; Georgetown, KY)
TCDCTaiwan Centers for Disease Control
TCDCTactical Commanders Development Course
TCDCTuscola County Drain Commission (Michigan)
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(1.) Taiwan Centers for Disease Control. In response to the latest rabies outbreak situation, Vice Premier Chi-Kuo Mao specifically instructed relevant government agencies and all local governments to reinforce implementation of relevant prevention and control policies.
Studies are ongoing by the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control to evaluate medical treatment duration, long-term outcomes, and more detailed immune genetic tests.
This study was supported by the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control.
During 2005-2007, 19 clinical specimens (6 biopsy samples and 13 bacterial isolates) of suspected BCG-infection childhood TB cases were sent to the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control. To differentiate among M.
As Taiwan confirmed this year's first Japanese encephalitis case on Monday, the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (Taiwan CDC) urged the public to heighten vigilance, take precautions against mosquitoes and ensure timely vaccination of children against Japanese encephalitis.
(15.) Taiwan Centers for Disease Control. Sentinel surveillance weekly report [cited 2008 Nov 7].
The Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (Taiwan CDC) on Tuesday raised the travel notice for Ebola virus for the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to Level 2: Alert, advising travelers visiting DRC to take actions to reduce their risk of Ebola infection.
Patient whole blood specimens were collected on days 4 and 16 after the onset of fever and sent to the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control for laboratory diagnosis of rickettsial infection.
Last week the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (Taiwan CDC) announced one new imported case of typhoid fever in an over 20-year-old female who resides in northern Taiwan.
In 2000, the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control collaborated with academic institutions, medical examiners, local health authorities, and experts from different fields to establish a nationwide surveillance center for outbreak and unexplained death investigation due to unknown infectious causes (COUNEX) (Figure).
The Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (Taiwan CDC) said Wednesday that the agency has traced the contacts of a confirmed rubella case and found none of them had developed any suspected symptoms.
Meetings were arranged with Taiwanese government officials and scientists, including Taiwan DOH, Taiwan Centers for Disease Control, NTUCPH, and Taiwan IOSH.
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