Public Health

  Posted on: Thursday, May 2, 2019
What the future may hold for the Strategic National Stockpile for Biodefense
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
In the year 2001, shortly after the events of 9/11, letters containing anthrax spores appeared in the offices of senators and news outlets. The nation was scared, but within 12 hours, medical countermeasures were rushed, under armed guard by US Marshals, to New York City and Washington, DC—the sites of what was later described as an anthrax terrorist attack.

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