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Medical Aspects of Biological Warfare

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Medical Aspects of Biological Warfare
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Publisher: Dept. of the Army
ISBN/ASIN: 0160797314
ISBN-13: 9780160797316
Number of pages: 694

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This book a vast compendium of nearly 600 pages detailing the history and current state of biological warfare, ranging from countermeasures to legal dimensions. This epic work is the most comprehensive and up-to-date medical text related to the use of countermeasures for biological agents in warfare and terrorism.

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