Respiratory medical societies and the threat of bioterrorism

O'Riordan T G; Smaldone G C
March 2004
Thorax;Mar2004, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p265
Academic Journal
Respiratory medical societies throughout the world have an important role in helping governments to develop public policy to counter the threat of bioterrorism.


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