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Thu January 17, 2013
Flu Fever Hits The Granite State
The influenza season started much earlier this year and the strain is considered more severe. Many worry how much of a toll this will take. In New Hampshire, at least twenty people have died from the flu already. We’ll talk with health experts about how this season compares to others and how health providers, schools, and individuals are coping.
- Dr. Jose Montero - Director of Public Health for the State of New Hampshire.
- Dr. Jodie Dionne-Odom - Internist, Infectious Disease Specialist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon. She is also deputy state epidemiologist.
- Mark Joyce - Executive Director of the New Hampshire School Administrators Association.
- John Clayton - Vice President of Communications for the New Hampshire Hospital Association and the Foundation for Health Communities.