Preparing Against Bioterrorism Three years after the September 11 attacks, how prepared are we for the threat of a bioterror attack? Have plans and programs put in place since Sept. 11 helped the country's first responders and medical system be more prepared to face the aftermath of an attack?
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Preparing Against Bioterrorism

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Preparing Against Bioterrorism

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Three years after the Sept. 11 attacks, how prepared are we for the threat of a bioterror attack? Have plans and programs put in place since Sept. 11 helped the country's first responders and medical system be more prepared to face the aftermath of an attack?

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Stephen Morse, principal investigator and director, Center for Public Health Preparedness, Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University