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  • National Foundation for Infectious Diseases

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  • A pair of surveys by the NFID found that only 37 percent of patients said their doctors bring up the subject of vaccines, though 87 percent of physicians said they always did so.

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  • According to a national survey by the NFID, nearly two-thirds of U.S. adults say they plan to get vaccinated this year.

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  • "Our goal is to make annual vaccination a no-brainer among all age groups," Dr. William Schaffner, of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and president of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases NFID told the briefing.

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  • In fact, 66 percent of Americans admitted to carrying on with their daily routine even though they knew they had early flu symptoms, according to a survey out Tuesday by NFID.

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  • To combat the confusion, the NFID has come up with a mnemonic device, Know the

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  • "We've all seen 'that guy' out there," says Dr. Susan Rehm, medical director for the NFID.

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  • The H1 Field is fully prepared for industrial, enterprise, and government applications and has a dedicated spot for a smartcard (or CAC) reader as options for a NFID reader and fingerprint reader.

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  • The NFID discovered Quick Check co-owner William Jones loaned money despite not being licensed.

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  • The cease and desist order states NFID has reason to believe Jones was aware:

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  • However, he said people can file complaints about suspicious activity happening at a Quick Check location with the NFID.

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