CDC


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

CDC

Control Data Corporation

CDC

(1) See Control Data, century date change and Back Orifice.

(2) (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1600 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA, www.cdc.gov) The U.S. government agency responsible for preventing and controlling contagious diseases. See healthcare IT.
References in periodicals archive ?
As vice chairman of the Board for CDC Software, John Clough helps guide corporate strategy and company growth, focusing on the expansion of global sales channels.
CDC Mobile, a business unit of CDC Corporation, is focused on providing consumer-based and enterprise-based mobile applications services in China.
These forward-looking statements include statements regarding the timeline for the release of online games and future growth by CDC Games, and other statements that are not historical fact, the achievement of which involve risks, uncertainties and assumptions.
Further information on risks or other factors that could cause results to differ is detailed in filings or submissions with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission made by CDC Corporation in its Annual Report for the year ended December 31, 2005 on Form 20-F filed on June 21, 2006.
CDC Mobile is focused on providing MVAS products to subscribers in China and is a business unit of CDC Corporation.
We look forward to his added leadership as we strive to carve out CDC Games from our parent company and launch future initiatives that will position us for continued growth and expansion into new global markets.
Prior to joining CDC, Liou worked as an attorney in the investments group of insurance giant, MetLife, Inc.
CDC contributions range from support for and leadership of the global effort to eradicate smallpox to the establishment of Projet SIDA in Africa to initiate scientific research on the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
The CDC data "may not be large enough to restrict an analysis to healthy nonsmokers," says the American Cancer Society's Michael Thun.
Previous reports have mentioned the same etiology of varicella and herpes zoster (Arvin 1996; CDC 2005; von Bo'kay 1909).
The CDC report also details evidence of declining exposures to secondhand cigarette smoke.
But in the case of the CDC, that effort is likely to make things worse, not better.