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Volume 9, Number 4—April 2003

Dispatch

Fear of Bioterrorism and Implications for Public Health Preparedness

Mark S. Dworkin*Comments to Author , Xinfang Ma*, and Roman G. Golash*
Author affiliations: *Illinois Department of Public Health, Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Number of environmental specimens submitted to the Illinois Department of Public Health Division of Laboratories for Bacillus anthracis testing each week from October 8 through December 30, 2001 and number of human cases occurring on the East Coast and reported each week in the news media.

Figure. Number of environmental specimens submitted to the Illinois Department of Public Health Division of Laboratories for Bacillus anthracis testing each week from October 8 through December 30, 2001 and number of human cases occurring on the East Coast and reported each week in the news media.

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