Deterrence through attribution requires the capability to detect and attribute bioterrorist
activity coupled with credibility to deny or punish adversaries' efforts.
number of lives lost) * (probability of bioterrorist
He said the definition as proposed in Bioshield II would encompass drugs already on the market, medications indicated for new uses or provided in new dosage forms and drugs only tangentially useful in a bioterrorist
This mass sociogenic illness also was seen in Manila, Philippines, on October 3, 2001, when 1,000 students went to health clinics because they mistook cold symptoms for bioterrorism symptoms after a rumor of a bioterrorist
incident (Wessely et al.
Due to the escalating fear of bioterrorist
attacks in recent years, the Ministry of Welfare and Labor in Japan has prepared guidelines for dealing with a bioterrorist
attack and has instructed local government bodies to make adequate preparations for dealing with bioterrorism.
The goal of the program is to build a network of people, organizations, resources, and information that can best identify, contain, and control bioterrorist
attacks, emergent infectious diseases such as SARS, natural disasters that might threaten public health, or other public health emergencies.
Now that threats of terrorist attacks have become a reality of everyday life, the ability of interior plants to protect against bioterrorist
threats should not be ignored.
However, gaps remain in state and local disease surveillance systems, which are essential to public health efforts to respond to disease outbreaks or bioterrorist
Parents of Kids With Infectious Diseases (PKIDs) has created a free infectious diseases workshop that teaches how to prevent infections in all areas of life and includes what to do in the event of a bioterrorist
Are personal digital assistants an effective way to get breaking information on a bioterrorist
attack to physicians and other frontline clinicians?
To begin preparing the nation for a smallpox bioterrorist
attack, President George W.
Its Center for the Study of Bioterrorism and Emerging Infections is the only such center specifically funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to prepare first responders to handle a bioterrorist