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The epidemiological situation in the Russian Federation and basic areas of activity aimed at stabilizing it. Materials for the report of G. G. Onishchenko, chief state public health physician of the Russian Federation, at the VIII All-Russian Congress of Epidemiologists, Microbiologists, and Parasitologists, Moscow, March 26–28, 2002. Moscow: Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.

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Fact sheet: U.S.-Russian cooperation against bioterrorism. 2001. Website of the U.S. Department of State, http://usinfo.state.gov/topical/pol/terror/01111314.htm.

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U.S. joins Ottawa Plan to fight bioterrorism. 2001. Website of the U.S. Department of State, http://usinfo.state.gov/russki/topics/terror/1113t-bio.htm [in Russian] or http://usinfo.state.gov/topical/pol/terror/01110807.htm [in English].

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Reducing the threats from weapons of mass destruction. Building a global coalition against catastrophic terrorism. Working for a safe world. Moscow, May 27, 2002.

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Deliberate use of biological and chemical agents to cause harm. 2002. WHO 55th World Health Assembly. A55/20.

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Martynyuk, R., S. Netesov, and L. Sandakhchiev, op. cit.

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Zaitsev, K. Medical news: a hospital leader. http://www.medlinks.ru/article.php?sid=1470&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0 [undated].

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Lazarus, R., K. Kleinman, I. Dashevsky, et al. 2002. Use of automated ambulatory-case encounter records for detection of acute illness clusters, including potential bioterrorism events. Emerging Infectious Diseases 8(8).

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Boyev, B. V., V. M. Bondarenko, A. A. Vorobyov, and V. V. Makarov. 2002. Problems of protecting against acts of bioterrorism under current conditions. Agrarnaya Rossiya [Agrarian Russia] 2.

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WHO report on global surveillance of epidemic-prone infectious diseases. 2002. http://www.who.int/emc/surveill/index.html.

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Martynyuk, R., S. Netesov, and L. Sandakhchiev, op. cit.

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Tibayrenc, M. 2001. A European center to respond to threats of bioterrorism and major epidemics. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 79(12).

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Website of the Russian Ministry of Health, http://www.minzdrav-rf.ru.

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Martynyuk, R., S. Netesov, and L. Sandakhchiev, op. cit.

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A system for epizootiological monitoring of especially dangerous, exotic, and little-studied diseases including zooanthroponotic diseases of animals. 2001. Moscow: All-Russian Research Institute of Veterinary Virology and Microbiology.

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Paltsev, M. A. 2002. Biological weapons: A problem for Russia’s national security. Natsionalnaya Bezopasnost [National Security] 5.

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The epidemiological situation in the Russian Federation and basic areas of activity aimed at stabilizing it. Materials for the report of G. G. Onishchenko, chief state public health physician of the Russian Federation, at the VIII All-Russian Congress of Epidemiologists, Microbiologists, and Parasitologists, Moscow, March 26–28, 2002. Moscow: Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.



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