Evaluating public health responses to reintroduced smallpox via dynamic, socially structured, and spatially distributed metapopulation models.

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The risk of smallpox reintroduction has motivated preparations in potential target countries. After reproducing the spatiotemporal pattern after the 1972 importation into Yugoslavia via coupled, biologically realistic systems of ordinary differential equations, we developed dynamic population models with current US age distributions and typical spatially… (More)
DOI: 10.1086/524382

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@article{Glasser2008EvaluatingPH, title={Evaluating public health responses to reintroduced smallpox via dynamic, socially structured, and spatially distributed metapopulation models.}, author={John W Glasser and Stanley O Foster and Jane Millar and Joseph M. Lane}, journal={Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America}, year={2008}, volume={46 Suppl 3}, pages={S182-94} }