Planning against Biological Terrorism Lessons from Outbreak Investigations

Ashford, D.A., et al. (2003). Planning against Biological Terrorism: Lessons from Outbreak Investigations. Emerging Infectious Diseases. May 9(5):515-519.
This article examines outbreak investigations conducted around the world from 1988 to 1999 and describes lessons learned from outbreak investigations that involved biologic agents with potential for bioterrorism.
Rate: Favorite:
You must Login to add a comment
  • This item doesn't have any comments

Enter your email address to receive important announcements and updates through the ASPR TRACIE Listserv.