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BIOTERRORISM / EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

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Resources

American Red Cross - Plan and Prepare - best viewed with FireFox

Anthrax Vaccine - What You Need to Know (PDF)

Bioterrorism - Information for the Public - Texas Dept. of Health

The Bioterrorism Act of 2002 (FDA)

Bioterrorism Links - Texas Medical Association

Bioterrorism Resources - Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology

Center for Public Health Preparedness and Medical Response - AMA Resources & Policies

Disaster Information - FEMA

Disease Outbreak News - WHO Communicable Disease Surveillance and Response

Epidemic and Pandemic Alert and Response - WHO

Guidance on Anthrax (WHO)

The Johns Hopkins Preparedness and Emergency Response Learning Center

Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical Biological Defense (PDF) - Unclassified report

MedlinePlus Anthrax Resources

MedlinePlus Biodefense and Bioterrorism Resources

Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research (FNLCR) Emergency Preparedness

NIH Security and Emergency Response Resources

Strategic National Stockpile

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Articles

"Anthrax as a Biological Weapon: Medical & Public Health Management," JAMA 1999; v 281 (18), p.1735

"Anthrax: A Possible Case History," Emerging Infectious Diseases special issue 1999; v. 5 (4), p. 556

"Bioterrorism as a Public Health Threat," Emerging Infectious Diseases 1998; v. 4 (3), p. 488

"The Looming Threat of Bioterrorism," Science 1999; v. 283 (5406), p. 1279

"Plague as a Biological Weapon: Medical & Public Health Management," JAMA 2000; v. 283 (17), p. 2281

"A Plague on Your City: Observations from TOPOFF," Clinical Infectious Diseases 2001; v32 (3), p. 436

"Preventing the Use of Biological Weapons: Improving Response Should Prevention Fail," Clinical Infectious Diseases 2000; v30 (6), p. 926

"Psychological Implications of Chemical and Biological Weapons: Long Term Social and Psychological Effects May be Worse than Acute Ones," British Medical Journal 2001; v. 323, p. 878

"Recent Events and Observations Pertaining to Smallpox Virus Destruction in 2002," Clinical Infectious Diseases 2001; v. 33 (7), p. 1057

"Smallpox as a Biological Weapon: Medical & Public Health Management," JAMA 1999; 281(22), p. 2127

"Tularemia as a Biological Weapon: Medical & Public Health Management," JAMA 2001; v. 285 (21), p. 2763

"Use of Anthrax Vaccine in the United States," MMWR (PDF) 2000; v. 49(RR-15), p. 1

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