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Bioterror Related Diseases Center

Bioterror-related diseases are illnesses contracted after the deliberate release of disease-causing agents, such as bacteria, viruses, and other germs and toxins. Bioterror concerns have grown, especially after the anthrax attack of 2001. Other potential threats include botulism, plague, the poison ricin and tularemia, a highly infectious bacterium

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