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CBRN Resources

An incident involving the accidental or intentional release of chemicals can lead to death or serious illness and injuries, hospital surge, and the need to protect responders, medical care providers, and community members. Bioterrorism and other high consequence biological events can result in mass casualties, epidemic illness, healthcare worker illness, environmental contamination, legal issues, and cause unease within the medical community and the community at large. A large-scale radiological release or nuclear detonation incident could result in a significant surge of patients, including those who may not have actually been exposed, but seek medical attention anyway. These ASPR TRACIE-developed resources can help our stakeholders prepare for, respond to, and help communities recover from chemical/ biological/ radiological/ nuclear incidents. If you are unable to find what you are looking for, or if you would like to submit a resource for possible inclusion, contact our Assistance Center.

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