The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has approved new techniques for sharing herpes outbreaks and treating the virus.
The agency has approved the use of a new data dissemination technique to increase the number of people who can be monitored and the time it takes to stop outbreaks.
This means that if you have more than 1,000 cases in a given year, you can expect to receive a report every 12 to 24 hours.
The goal is to have a data collection of about 1 million cases by March 2021.
The new tool allows researchers to share outbreaks and track the spread of the virus, according to the CDC.
This information is then used to help identify the most common risk factors and then target treatments.
The research will help researchers identify and track viral infections, which could help researchers develop new vaccines or treatments, according the CDC statement.
This new approach will also help with the transmission of herpes from one person to another, so the virus can be controlled.
This also will help with prevention, since the number and frequency of outbreaks is more difficult to control.
This tool is currently being tested with more than a million people in a trial.
The CDC will continue to test this new approach, and the agency will provide more information as it develops more information about the new technology.
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