2. Bioterrorism Preparedness: Historical Perspective and an Overview (N. Khardori).
3. Care of Children in the Event of Bioterrorism (S. Chaudhary).
4. Smallpox: Virology, Clinical Presentations and Prevention (J. Goodrich).
5. Anthrax: Bacteriology, Clinical Presentations and Management (N. Khardori).
6. Plague: Endemic, Epidemic and Bioterrorism (J. Koirala).
7. Botulism: Toxicology, Clinical Presentations and Management (J. Koirala).
8. Tularemia: Natural Disease versus Act of Terrorism (J. Koirala).
9. Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers: Differentiation of Natural Disease from Act of Bioterrorism (J. Goodrich).
10. Policy Priorities: Smallpox, Stockpiles and Syndromic Surveillance (R. Silverman).
11. Legal Preparedness: The Modernization of State, National and International Public Health Law (R. Silverman).
"…informative and well-written…a suitable book for a variety of professionals…also useful for graduate students…worth having..." (Microbe Magazine, March 2007)
"…this is a well written, eye opening text that should be read by anyone who could potentially be involved in a terrorist attack." (Journal of Hazardous Materials, January 2007)
"Overall, the book represents an introduction to a possible study of a large and difficult subject—bioterrorism and also an attempt to discuss the complex legal preparedness." (Environmental Engineering and Management Journal)
"This hardbound book should prove a worthwhile starting point for anyone concerned with bioterrorism preparedness." (Biotechnology Advances)