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Last Updated: Sep 16th, 2002 - 09:47:44


By ClassBrfain Staff
Aug 13, 2002, 8:55am

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Johns Hopkins Division of Infectious Diseases – Research this Antibiotic Guide and search by diagnosis, pathogen or antibiotic. Find guidelines for diagnosis and treatment of Anthrax, Botulism, Smallpox and Plague.
Source:     The Johns Hopkins University

Frontline: Plague WarFor a short synopsis, timeline of events, recordings of the Anthrax Leak of 1979 and answers to FAQ’s about bio-agents and the biological warfare threat check this online news special.
Source:     PBS Online

Center of Disease Control and Prevention – The home page of this site includes advisories, Public Health Emergency Response and facts about Anthrax, Botulism, Pneumonic Plague and Smallpox.
Under the section titled ‘Agents/Diseases’, there is a list of biological diseases and chemical agents which, when clicked on, provide you with agent information such as fact sheets, studies and related sites. Also provided is the Lab Protocol for each disease.
Source:     United States Department of Health & Human Services
AVIP - Anthrax Vaccine Immunization ProgramAn interactive look at the most relevant aspects of Anthrax today, this is available in Flash or HTML format.
Source:     Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense-Public Affairs
World Anthrax Data SiteThis database provides specific reports on Anthrax outbreaks and guidelines for individual countries chosen from the interactive map.
Source:     World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Systems for Public Health
Biological, Chemical WeaponsThese topics are addressed in great detail through the headings of Bio/Chemical Terror, Biological & Chemical Weapons: Who has Them and Types of Weapons.
Source:     ABC

Terrorism Files– For information on weapons & terrorism, terrorist organizations, countries related and links to more.
Source:, Inc.

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