Night of Two Town Meetings

Cartter, Matthew L.
October 2002
Emerging Infectious Diseases;Oct2002, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p1175
Academic Journal
Describes experiences with town meetings as a speaker and public health physician in part of the public health response to anthrax bioterrorism in the U.S. Expectations of the people from the meetings; Synopsis of the talk provided for in the meeting; Questions and concerns about bioterrorism raised during the meeting.


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