Published in Virus Weekly, March 23rd, 1998
Is preparing for biological terrorism really worth such great effort and expense' The answer is an emphatic yes, according to D.A. Henderson, Distinguished Service Professor at Johns Hopkins University and former Chief of the CDC's Surveillance Section.
"We cannot delay in the development and implementation of strategic plans for coping with bioterrorism," Henderson said. "The needed stocking of vaccines and drugs as well as the training and mobilization of health workers both public and private, at state, city, and local levels will require time."
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