U.S. Can Better Prepare For Bioterrorism Through Lessons Learned From Ebola Response, U.S. Representative Says
Foreign Policy: What Did the U.S. Learn From Ebola? How to Prepare for Bioterrorist Attacks
“…Arizona Rep. Martha McSally chairs a House subcommittee that will examine over the next few months the threat of bioterrorist attacks and U.S. preparedness to respond to them. She told Foreign Policy that even if a disease outbreak and the use of a biological agent in a coordinated attack are not completely analogous, the response strains similar systems…” (O’Grady, 4/23).
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