Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, November 13th, 2001
In response to news stories that have chronicled fears that anthrax may be transmitted by any form of paper media, Frank J. Romano, chair of the School of Printing at the Rochester Institute of Technology issued the following statement:
[helv] Based on recent events, we are aware of public concerns regarding health and safety of printed matter. It's critically important to understand that the printing process today is driven by the electronic transmission of data from publishing locations to remote printing sites that are distributed geographically.
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