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Anthrax Detection: DHS Cannot Ensure That Sampling Activities Will Be Validated
Keith Rhodes (au)
In Sept. & Oct. 2001, contaminated letters laced with “Bacillus anthracis” were sent through the mail to two U.S. senators & members of the media. Postal facilities in New Jersey, Wash., D.C., & elsewhere became heavily contaminated. The anthrax incidents highlighted major gaps in civilian preparedness to detect anthrax contamination in buildings. The author was asked to describe & assess federal agencies’ activities to detect anthrax in postal facilities, assess the results of agencies’ testing, & assess whether agencies’ detection activities were valid. Illustrations.
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