Risk Infections and Possibilities for Biomedical Terrorism
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This publications covers the NATO Advanced Research workshop, focusing on bio-terrorism, agro-terrorism, diagnostics, epidemiology, vaccines, and prevention. The publication provides a full examination of the problems and focuses on plans for future collaboration between national and international organizations under the supervision of the Scientific Affairs Division of NATO in order to find a way for a positive solution against the threats of bio- and agro-terrorism. The top-level specialists contributing to this publication came from health-care administrations, medical universities, military/naval hospitals and laboratories, medical and pharmaceutical companies, infectious wards and clinical departments of intensive care units, epidemiology centers, municipality authorities, defense institutions, and military, police and civil anti-terrorist organizations.