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Communicable Disease Report 1994 - 2003

The Communicable Disease Report 1994-2003 focuses on influenza. Influenza (commonly known as the flu) is a serious respiratory infection that causes illness in many people, as well as hospitalizations and in some cases death. The 2003/2004 influenza season had the highest number of cases in the past nine seasons, possibly due to improved reporting. As in past years the Communicable Disease Report 1994-2003 also contains data on other communicable diseases reported in the Region of Peel.

The Communicable Disease Report 1994-2003 includes:
Table of Contents (PDF 29KB, 2 pages)
Acknowledgements (PDF 8KB, 1 page)
Introduction (PDF 29KB, 1 page)
Executive Summary (PDF 27KB, 4 pages)

There are six chapters in Communicable Disease Report 1994-2003:

Appendix (PDF 61KB, 5 pages)
Glossary (PDF 24KB, 3 pages)
References (PDF 40KB, 8 pages)
Figures and Tables (PDF 28KB, 8 pages)

A complete copy of the report can be downloaded by clicking on Communicable Disease Report 1994-2003 (PDF 417KB, 89 pages)

Other health status reports produced by Peel Health include:

Communicable Disease Report 2003
State of the Region’s Health 2003 – Focus on Foodborne Disease
Smoking and Pregnancy 2003
Children's Dental Health Report 2003
Communicable Disease 2002 - Focus on Tuberculosis
State of the Region's Health 2002 - Focus on Asthma
Child Health Report 2002
State of the Region's Health 2001

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