In the wake of recent terrorist attacks on the United States, the nation's physicians, emergency departments, and other health providers face the challenge of preparing for bioterrorist attacks involving many possible--and largely unfamiliar--biochemical agents. To help meet this challenge the January/February issue of the American Journal of Therapeutics, published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, includes a synopsis of the biological and chemical agents most likely to be used in such ...

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