The InfluSim Project
Making Pandemic Influenza Modelling Tools Available to the Public
With the emergence of the Mexican flu we have decided to make all our pandemic influenza modelling and simulation tools available on the web. We encourage health care policy makers to use this software. And we would appreciate if other mathematical modellers made their pandemic influenza software public, too.
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