MDPH Addresses Anthrax Scare

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The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has devised a public service print campaign designed to quell public fears over the recent dissemination of anthrax through the mail.

One announcement, entitled “What you need to know about bioterrorism,” contains a message from DPH Commissioner Dr. Howard Koh and John Auerbach, executive director of the Boston Public Health Commission.

“This is a time for all residents of Massachusetts to work together—families, friends and neighbors—to learn the facts and fight fear, the most infectious terrorism weapon of all,” the ad reads in part.

It goes on to emphasize the low risk to the...

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