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    THE VIRUS HUNTERS
    Abbott scientists working to identify, catalog, track and test mutating strains of HIV, hepatitis, and more, are members of Abbott’s Global Surveillance Program and new virus discovery efforts. The Surveillance Program is a one-of-a-kind collection of HIV and hepatitis virus strains from around the world, including more than 60,000 samples collected over 20 years from 40 countries on six continents.
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    Infectious Pathogen
    Watch how the HIV virus infects the body.
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    Advancing in the Lab Professions through Long Distance Learning
    Laurie Gillard, of the Rush University Medical Center, provides an in-depth discussion of how laboratory professionals are benefiting from distance learning.
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    Is Your Blood Bank Prepared?
    Tom Reardon, Abbott, and Bill Block, Blood Centers of America, discuss business continuity for your blood bank and ensuring you are prepared for any emergency.
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