Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, August 29th, 2004
The July/August 2004 issue highlights new methods using state-of-the-art instruments to measure low-level exposure to chemicals, including those that might be used by terrorists, such as nerve agents, sulfur mustard agents and cyanide compounds, and provides detailed animal-exposure information and reference values for assessing potential human exposure.
"Exposure to chemical agents is a relatively modern concern and the literature base...
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