Infectious agents as a security challenge: Experience of typhus, variola and tularemia outbreaks in Serbia

@inproceedings{Ristanovic2015InfectiousAA,
  title={Infectious agents as a security challenge: Experience of typhus, variola and tularemia outbreaks in Serbia},
  author={E. Ristanovic},
  year={2015}
}
The global community of today is confronted with serious threats from infective diseases, which can appear as naturally-occurring diseases, outbreaks and pandemics, or after deliberate misuse of the pathogens in the event of bioterrorist actions. There are about 2-3 million of various microorganisms in the Nature, and only about 5% of them have been identified until now. In 2013 there were about 35 million people infected with HIV in 119 countries, and 1.5 million people died. The anthrax… Expand

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