About CDC’s Emails Subscription Service

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is happy to offer a subscription service, which makes it easier for you to learn more about different topics including MMWR, Flu, HIV, Zika and more at CDC. With a subscription profile, you will receive the updated information on items of interest to you. Message frequency varies and re-occurring messages will be sent from most topics.

For users opting for e-mail newsletters, the service is free.

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Help with CDC’s Email Service

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