Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response – A Proposed Model for Bioterrorism Response Initial Operations and Characterization

This position paper describes a proposal to establish a national bioterrorism incident response capability through the development of trained and equipped teams. The authors review gaps in bioterrorism response capability and suggest using hazardous materials response teams as a model for teams involved in the initial phases of incident characterization and response.
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