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Medical Aspects of Chemical and Biological Warfare

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Medical Aspects of Chemical and Biological Warfare
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Publisher: Borden Institute
ISBN/ASIN: B000O0CJ6Y
Number of pages: 710

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This textbook focuses on the management of casualties of chemical and biological warfare. A primary value of the book is to preserve the lessons of past wars and demonstrate how current doctrine is built on knowledge that was gained at so high a cost. Nonmilitary healthcare providers will also find this book to be extremely useful.

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