Dr. Reynolds said the CDC isn't as concerned with controlling mass panic as it is with showing the public that the nation's health care system could handle an outbreak like the one depicted in "Contagion."
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At this point, it's not clear that they are connected, said Barbara Reynolds, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention spokeswoman.
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