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

Bioterrorism-related Anthrax

Bioterrorism-Related Anthrax: International Response by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Christina S. Polyak*Comments to Author , Jonathan T. Macy*, Margarita Irizarry De La Cruz*, James E. Lai*, Jay F. McAuliffe*, Tanja Popovic*, Segaran P. Pillai†, Eric D. Mintz*, and the Emergency Operations Center International Team1
Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; †Department of Health, Bureau of Laboratories, Miami, Florida, USA;

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Figure 3

Suspected cutaneous anthrax lesion from a patient in the United Kingdom. Photos like this, transmitted by e-mail, enabled clinical experts to review images of suspected cases worldwide and provide rapid assistance.

Figure 3. Suspected cutaneous anthrax lesion from a patient in the United Kingdom. Photos like this, transmitted by e-mail, enabled clinical experts to review images of suspected cases worldwide and provide rapid assistance.

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1 Other members of the Emergency Operations Center international team include Lennox Archibald, Caryn Bern, Stephen B. Blount, Wayne Brown, Amy S. Collins, Emilio Esteban, James M. Mendlein, Richard Meyer, Hercules Moura, Marguerite Pappaioanou, Georgina M. Perez, Monique Petrofsky, Carmen Sanchez-Vargas, and Karen A. Wilkins.

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