More Accurate Diagnostics Is Goal Of House Veterans Affairs Bioterror Bill
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryBetter diagnostic tests for bioterrorist attacks and training programs for physicians would be created under dual legislation authored by members of the House Veterans' Affairs Committee. The two measures aim to bring increased resources of the Veterans Affairs Department to bear on the ongoing concern of bioterrorist attacks
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