Pyper, Wendy
October 1999
Ecos;Oct-Dec99, Issue 101, p3
Blog Entry
Focuses on a bioterrorism symposium held at Sydney, New South Wales, in August 1999. Low risk of bioterrorist attacks during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games; Australian officials' formation of a number of preventative and emergency response strategies; Importance of raising awareness of unusual diseases amongst the medical community.


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