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National Early Warning System The term 'National Early Warning System ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' A program run by the Centers for Disease Control to increase federal support to state health departments to detect food borne diseases by increasing the number of scientists available to investigate food borne outbreaks and by enhancing laboratory-based surveillance of important food borne pathogens'.
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