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View Resource Bioterrorism and Disaster Preparedness

Although established initially to respond to clinicians? questions regarding smallpox, smallpox vaccine, and adverse events following smallpox vaccination, the CIL has been expanded to provide c...

http://www.acponline.org/clinical_information/resources/biot...
View Resource Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness

The Institute for Biosecurity at Saint Louis developed advanced degree programs to educate professionals about the history and contemporary threats of terrorism and emerging infections.

http://www.bioterrorism.slu.edu/
View Resource Ricin

Concern about the use of the toxin ricin as a terrorist weapon have surfaced following media reports of isolated findings and poisonings related to this substance. Ricin is a naturally occurring...

http://www.medicinenet.com/ricin/article.htm
View Resource Bioterrorism Threat: Strengthening Law Enforcement

The world is largely unaware of, and therefore largely unprepared for, bioterrorist attacks. Bio-weapons threaten thousands of casualties in addition to other disastrous long term consequences....

http://www.interpol.int/Public/BioTerrorism/default.asp
View Resource Educational Module on Chemical and Biological Weapons Nonproliferation

This education module, created jointly by SIPRI, the Free University Brussels, and the International Relations and Security Network, provides knowledge and understanding of chemical and biological...

http://virtualbiosecuritycenter.org/education-center/educati...
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