NEW YORK — The government’s top public health agency has canceled a conference next month on climate change and health but isn’t saying why publicly.

But a co-sponsor said he was told by the CDC that it was worried how the conference would be viewed by the Trump administration.

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  • As a credible replacement, perhaps the CDC should consider a conference concerning “Disease Control.”

  • CDC you are showing your cowardice. You need to do what is right and in the best interests of the American people. You should inform the President about the science since he believes climate science is a hoax. He clearly needs to be educated.

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