Cost-Effectiveness Comparison of Response Strategies to a Large-Scale Anthrax Attack on the Chicago Metropolitan Area Impact of Timing and Surge Capa

The authors examined the cost-effectiveness of a response to an anthrax attack based on pre- and post-attack prophylaxis and/or vaccination. Their results indicated that post-attack antibiotic prophylaxis and vaccination of all exposed people would be the most cost-effective response strategy for a large-scale anthrax attack.
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