"Medical Surveillance Monthly Report (MSMR), in continuous publication since 1995, is produced by the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch (AFHSB). The MSMR provides evidence-based estimates of the incidence, distribution, impact and trends of illness and injuries among United States military members and associated populations. Most reports in the MSMR are based on summaries of medical administrative data that are routinely provided to the AFHSB and integrated into the Defense Medical Surveillance System for health surveillance purposes." This edition includes the following articles: "Outbreak of Influenza and Rhinovirus Co-Circulation Among Unvaccinated Recruits, U.S. Coast Guard Training Center Cape May, NJ, 24 July-21 August 2016" by Krista C. Swanson et al; "Brief report: Department of Defense Global, Laboratory-Based Influenza Surveillance Program's Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Estimates and Surveillance Trends for 2016-2017 Influenza Season" by Lisa A. Shoubaki; and "Assessment of 12 Influenza-Like Illness Case Definitions Using Department of Defense Global, Laboratory-Based Influenza Surveillance Program Data, 2011-2014" by Laurie S. DeMarcus, Laurel V. Soderlund, and Jameson D. Voss.
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Medical Surveillance Monthly Report (January 2018), v.25 no.1