Fear of Bioterrorism and Implications for Public Health Preparedness
Dworkin, M.S, Ma, X., and Golash, R.G. (2003). Fear of Bioterrorism and Implications for Public Health Preparedness. Emerging Infectious Diseases. April 9(4):503-505.
This article describes the dramatic increase in the number of environmental and human samples submitted as a result of human anthrax cases and exposures in 2001, and discusses implications for laboratory surge capacity planning.
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