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Syndromic surveillance, a subset of biosurveillance, is a technique that uses health-related data to identify patterns of disease symptoms prior to the diagnosis of a specific disease. Effective use of this technique can provide information that enhances situational awareness and enables early detection of a disease outbreak.

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