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Understanding emerging and existing health threats begins with good data. PHI leads efforts in collecting, analyzing and interpreting public health data to better track and predict disease and injury across populations. Public health surveillance ensures that researchers, programs, and policymakers have access to the most up-to-date knowledge, critical to improving population health. PHI programs have led and supported surveillance efforts in tobacco usage and related health impacts, workplace disease and injury, chronic diseases such as cancer and asthma, West Nile Virus and other communicable diseases, as well as other public health issues.

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