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<p class="Body-text">Some of the case count projections cited by CDC and others at the early stages of the Ebola outbreak turned out to be greatly overestimated, contributing to the perception by some that ratcheting up the fear level was designed to get the full support needed for the outbreak response. In this case, the CDC has collaborated with other researchers and used modeling methods already developed and time tested.</p>

CDC bases infection projections on modeling

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