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Tag Archives: Emergency preparedness
This commentary was written by Bob Graham and Jim Talent ?and published in The Washington Post on Jan. 4. Read More »
A German research team has discovered that a severe pandemic scenario could quickly lead to a deficit of up to 96,000 red blood cell (RBC) transfusion units in Germany alone, creating potentially fatal outcomes.
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Public health officials walking a tightrope between massive demand for vaccines and intense public scrutiny of side effects now have a new standard for evaluating the safety of their vaccination programs.
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A new emergency preparedness toolkit from www.Do1thing.us is designed to help its partners better prepare employees, members and individuals for emergencies and disasters. Read More »