Fifteen months ago, CME providers were scrambling to provide whatever information they could to help clinicians deal with what had suddenly become the hot topic, for the worst reason: terrorism. At the October 2001 Scientific Assembly of the American College of Emergency Physicians, sessions like "Derm and Doom" (about the cutaneous manifestations of likely biological and chemical agents) were standing room only. That same month, the University of Alabama at Birmingham launched a bioterror ...

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