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7 specific and detailed conclusions and recommendations are presented in an appendix that will not be disclosed to the general public in accordance with Section 15 of the Federal Advisory Committee Act and current Justice Department guidelines interpreting the exemption provisions of the Freedom of Information Act.] REFERENCES Byrnes, M.E., King, D.A., and Tierno, P.M.. Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Terrorism: Emergency Response and Public Protection. Lewis Publishers, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2003. Cole, L.A. The Anthrax Letters: A Medical Detective Story. Joseph Henry Press, Washington, D.C. 2003. Raber, E., Jin, A., Noonan, K., McGuire, R., and Kirvel, R.D.. Decontamination issues for chemical and biological warfare agents: how clean Is clean enough? International Journal of Environmental Health Research 11:128–148, 2001. Raber, E., Hirabayashi, J.M., Mancieri, S.P., Jin, A.L., Folks, K.J., Carlsen, T.M., and Estacio, P. Chemical and Biological Agent Incident response and decision process for civilian and public sector facilities. Risk Analysis 22:195–202, 2002. Whitney, E.A.S., Beatty, M.E., Taylor, T.H., Weyant, R., Sobel, J., Arduino, M.J., and D.A.Ashford. Inactivation of Bacillus anthracis spores. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 2003 June, available from: URL:–0377.htm. Sincerely, Edwin P.Przybylowicz, Ph.D Chair, Committee to Evaluate the Safety of the Pentagon Mail

8 COMMITTEE TO EVALUATE THE SAFETY OF THE PENTAGON MAIL • Edwin P.Przybylowicz, PhD (Chair) Senior Vice President and Director of Research (Retired), Eastman Kodak Company, Webster, NY • W.Emmett Barkley, PhD Director of Laboratory Safety, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase, MD • Ellen Eisen, ScD Professor of Work Environment, University of Massachusetts, Lowell and Adjunct Professor of Occupational Health, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA • Edward R.Epp, PhD Professor of Radiation Oncology (Emeritus), Harvard University, Cambridge, MA • Michael R.Ladish, PhD Director of the Laboratory of Renewable Resources Engineering and Distinguished Professor of Agricultural and Biological Engineering and Biomedical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN • Lorenz R.Rhomberg, PhD Principal of Gradient Corporation, Cambridge, MA • Andrew M.Sessler, PhD Director (Emeritus), E.O. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA • Bobby N.Turman, PhD Manager of the Directed Energy Applications Department Sandia National Laboratories, New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM National Academies Staff Board on Radiation Effects Research • Evan Douple, PhD Board Director and Study Director • Rick Jostes, PhD Study Director • Tina King, Project Assistant • Doris E.Taylor, Staff Assistant Board on Army Science and Technology • Bruce Braun, Director and liaison Air Force Science and Technology Board • Michael A.Clarke, Director and liaison Medical Follow-up Agency, Institute of Medicine • Rick Erdtmann, MD, MPH, Director and liaison

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