These improvements should be prioritized given the nationâs reliance on its biosurveillance systems to minimize the spread of disease, prevent unnecessary sickness and death, and reduce the economic and social harm caused by outbreaks, epidemics, pandemics, and bioterrorist attacks. In the coming years, the work of the network could offer a concrete opportunity to strengthen the global capacity of the European Community to face high-threat infections, based on reliable and validated diagnostic methods, agreed background biosafety measures and increased field investigation capability.
Wanda Dâamico; Bioterrorism and Public Health Service: Defining Management and Treatment
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