The risk assessment in small pox is typical; due to the specific situational analysis of smallpox threat and this indicates that this case should be taken as a perfect model to sharpen national public health emergency response and its capability against bioterrorism and pandemic threats from the early detection of the small pox and take correct measures for the treatment, without such identification no pressing political/commercial justification for developing specific antiviral agents can exist, and they will be perceived as useless, to resolve this small pox proper diagnosis and therapy must be followed and general awareness camps regarding the disease and its clinical manifestations should be conducted. (Smallpox: New Perspectives Regarding Risk Assessment & Management- Jan-Cedric Hansen)
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