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Overcome the bioterrorism fear factor

Physician Practice Perspective, September 20, 2003

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Recently, biological terrorism has forced the medical community to take on challenges such as anthrax and smallpox-threats rarely faced in the past. Emergency rooms deal with the majority of these patients, but some people feel more comfortable seeing their own doctors. For that reason, you need proper education, a network of resources, and a solid emergency plan.

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