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Could foot and mouth disease be a biological warfare incident?

Could foot and mouth disease be a biological warfare incident?

Military Medicine 167(2): 91-92

ISSN/ISBN: 0026-4075

PMID: 11873548

The potential use of foot and mouth disease virus as a biological weapon, particularly by Iraq, is assessed.

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