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Volume 8, Number 10—October 2002
THEME ISSUE
Bioterrorism-related Anthrax

Bioterrorism-related Anthrax

Surveillance for Anthrax Cases Associated with Contaminated Letters, New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania, 2001

Christina G. Tan*†Comments to Author , Hardeep S. Sandhu*, Dana C. Crawford*, Stephen C. Redd*, Michael J. Beach*, James W. Buehler*, Eddy A. Bresnitz†, Robert W. Pinner*, Beth P. Bell*, and the Regional Anthrax Surveillance Team1the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention New Jersey Anthrax Surveillance Team2
Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; †New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, Trenton, New Jersey, USA;

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Counties participating in active surveillance, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, 2001.

Figure 1. Counties participating in active surveillance, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, 2001.

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1 Regional Anthrax Surveillance Team: Leroy Hathcock, Paula Eggers, Kumar Nalluswami, Esther Chernak, Elyse Farnon, Chad Schaben, and Pat Sassano.

2 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention New Jersey Anthrax Surveillance Team: Chidinma Alozie-Arole, Gregory Armstrong, Shadi Chamany, Donita R. Croft, Colleen Crowe, Mary Dott, Anthony E. Fiore, Dara S. Friedman, Jessica Gardom, Susan Goldstein, Carolyn M. Greene, Beth C. Imhoff, Malinda Kennedy, Michelle McConnell, Peter D. McElroy, Cindi Pecoraro, Lisa Roth-Edwards, and Nicole Tucker.

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