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Additions to Terrorism Preparedness Compendium FREE

JAMA. 2003;289(3):296. doi:10.1001/jama.289.3.296.
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MMWR. 2002;51:1136

To help readers locate information about terrorism preparedness, MMWR has established a compendium of terrorism-related recommendations and reports drawn from the MMWR archives. The recommendations and reports listed below have been added to the compendium and describe the last cases of naturally occurring smallpox, previous recommendations regarding smallpox vaccination, and adverse events related to the smallpox vaccine. The compendium is available at http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr.

  • Recommendation of the Immunization Practices Advisory Committee: smallpox vaccine (1985).

  • Investigation of a smallpox rumor—Mexico (1985).

  • Contact spread of vaccinia from a National Guard vaccinee—Wisconsin (1985).

  • Contact spread of vaccinia from a recently vaccinated marine—Louisiana (1984).

  • Orthopox surveillance: post-smallpox eradication policy (1983).

  • Vaccinia outbreak—Nevada (1983).

  • Notice to readers: smallpox vaccine no longer available for civilians—United States (1983).

  • Disseminated vaccinia infection in a college student—Tennessee (1982).

  • Vaccinia necrosum after smallpox vaccination—Michigan (1982).

  • Smallpox surveillance—worldwide (1978).

  • Quarantine measures: smallpox—Stockholm, Sweden (1963).




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